The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry has urged the government to ensure adequate representation of private sector in all important bodies whether it is Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority or Indus River System Authority .
In a statement , President of the LCCI Malik Tahir Javaid said that being the major stakeholder of the country, business community should have representation in senate and all important bodies.
He said business community can be the most powerful economic force of the government but, present regime should take it on board and treat as partner.
He said that Kalabagh dam should be built at all costs and the government should not listen to those who don't care about dying people in Tharparkar and other parts of the country.
The LCCI President said the Kalabagh dam will store six million acre feet of water and will give benefit of 12 billion dollars annually to the economy.
Source: Radio Pakistan