LCCI demands recovery of two traders

LARKANA: Larkana Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) on Thursday strongly condemned the abduction of people and receiving of tortured bodies in Sindh.

In a statement, LCCI president and members demanded of Deputy Inspector General of Police Larkana Zone and Senior Superintendent of Police to take steps for immediate and safe recovery of two abducted businessmen Abdul Sattar Khichi and Asghar Ali Bhatti.

The meeting expressed its deepest shock over the Peshawar school attack in which innocent lives were lost and condemned it as saying that it was a brutal act by terrorists. It demanded of the Pakistan government to eliminate the killers.

They expressed solidarity with the bereaved families and offered Fateha for the departed souls. “All political parties must unite now irrespective of their differences on this single issue to get rid of terrorists as people of Pakistan have no power left to lift bodies of their near and dear ones any more.

Ahmed Ali Shaikh, Ali Akbar Chuhan, Haji Anwar Ali, Abdul Razak Brohi, Mohammad Ali, Bashir Ahmed M Paryal, Hafiz Mohammad Suleman, Asif Raza, Newal Rai, Seetal Das and others participated in the meeting, which was presided over by its president Khair Mohammad Shaikh.

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