LAHORE - Chairman Pakistan Industrial and Traders Associations Front (PIAF), Irfan Qaiser has urged the government to prepare a roadmap to bring the country out of the economic crises for which the political stability is a prerequisite. In a statement issued on Thursday, the PIAF Chairman said that due to political instability the things are fast getting out of hands and the foreign reserves are depleting fast and if immediate measures were not taken, the situation would reach the point of no return. Qaiser said that the due to high cost of doing business and shortage of energy had already created multiple problems for Pakistani businessmen and they are hardly getting any orders from the global market. He said that the government should initiate the process of dialogue with all the stake-holders to find out a viable solution to the situation. PIAF Chairman was particularly expressed his concern over depreciation of Rupee saying that Rupee's depreciation would further escalate import bill and cost of indigenous goods, thus eroding their competitive edge, both in local as well as global markets, besides, further widening the current trade deficit. As such it is more crucial situation for the export-oriented industry as it is mainly dependent on imported constituents to produce exports goods and thus the devaluation of rupee would not work to boost exports.