Representatives of businessmen will continue their routine business activities

Representatives of traders and industrialists in Hyderabad have called on community members to continue their routine business activities as the law and order situation is now under control in the city.

HYDERABAD, (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News – August 22, 2022): Representatives of traders and industrialists in Hyderabad have called on community members to continue their routine business activities as the law and order situation is now under control in the city.

In separate statements released here on Monday, the leaders of the Hyderabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HCCI) and the Hyderabad Chamber of Small Traders and Industry (HCSTSI) said the administration of the district and law enforcement agencies had adopted adequate security measures to protect the life and property of ordinary people in the city, so merchants and industrialists should continue their business activities as usual.

HCCI President Adeel Siddiqui, Senior Vice President Najamuddin Qureshi and Vice President Awais Khan and HCCI President Muhammad Altaf Memon, while strongly condemning the alleged act of desecration of the Holy Quran on Sunday evening in Saddar region, have said law enforcement had already taken swift action in this regard.

After swift action by the district administration and law enforcement agencies, they called on the citizens of Hyderabad to forge unity among their ranks, maintain a peaceful atmosphere and avoid taking the law into their own hands .

They indicated that the presumed culprit involved in this act had been indicted and that an action in accordance with the law was initiated against him. The business community should expand cooperation with police and law enforcement agencies so that a peaceful atmosphere can be fully restored at the earliest, they urged.

Meanwhile, Hyderabad Commissioner Nadeem ur Rehman Memon imposed Section 144 Cr. PC and banned the gathering of four or more people in the Hyderabad chain with immediate effect until August 24, 2022.