Karachi, October 07, 2017 (PPI-OT):Shaikh Mohammad Shafiq was elected unopposed as the Chairman, PRGMEA for the year 2017-18, while Mr. Mohammad Asif and Mr. Sh. Luqman Amin were elected unopposed as the Chairmen, South and North Zones respectively.
The newly elected Central Chairman of PRGMEA, Shaikh Mohammad Shafiq in his address at the Annual General Meeting held on Saturday 7th October, 2017, stressed the garment industry is faced with many the challenges ahead and during his tenure he would stress on more interaction with the whole textile chain. “Without taking into the account the concerns of growers, ginners, spinners, weavers and the garment industry, Pakistan’s textile sector cannot function properly and therefore we would stress that all the associations of the industry to work together for better functioning of the whole textile chain.
During the meeting outgoing chairman PRGMEA South Amir Lakhani and other office bearers of the association showed their confidence on the leadership of Shaikh Mohammad Shafiq and praised his efforts for business community and betterment of industry.
On this occasion Mr. Mohammad Asif, Chairman South Zone, congratulated newly elected office bearers and said keeping in view the current situation of country we united industrialist and business community and now they are playing a vital role in development and prosperity of Pakistan, altogether.
Earlier seven new members were elected unopposed for the South Zone Managing Committee, Shaikh Mohammad Shafiq, Baig Mohammad Majeed, Mr. Jawed Suleman, Mr. Abdul Shakoor, Mr. Mohammad Asif, Mr. Mohammad Sohail Qamar and Mr. Irfan Shaikh while Mr. Farooq Meyer, Mr. Sohail Afzal Sheikh, Mr. Adnan Azmat, Mr. Muhammad Naseer Malik, Mr. Waseem Akhtar Khan, Dr. Muhammad Ayyaz Uddin and Mr. Muhammad Saadat Ullah were elected unopposed for North Zone.
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Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PRGMEA)
3rd Floor, Plot No. 57-C, 24th Commercial Street,
Phase II (Ext), DHA, Karachi, Pakistan