LAHORE - Trade leaders and shopkeepers have jointly announced that they would observe complete shutter down here in the provincial metropolis on Wednesday (today) to mourn the deaths of innocent people, who were martyred in the terrorist attacks in Moon Market Lahore and Multan. All the City markets, shops, and business centers would remain closed on Wednesday to mourn the deaths of innocent people and to express sympathy and pray for the victims of the bomb blasts, President Quami Tajir Ittehad Lahore Irfan Iqbal Sheikh told reporters while addressing a news conference here on Tuesday. Irfan Iqbal Sheikh said that they had also set up a relief fund to provide financial assistance to the victims of the twin blasts. He also announced that he had donated Rs one million for the relief fund and urged the philanthropists to come forward and play their role for the needy victims. Mostly all the trade unions and associations have unanimously announced that all the shopping Malls, business centers, markets and commercials plazas would remain closed across the City to mourn the innocent death. The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry has announced that all the City markets and business centers would remain closed on Wednesday (today) to mourn the deaths of innocent people martyred in terrorist attacks in Moon Market Lahore and Multan. In a Statement issued here Tuesday, the LCCI President Zafar Iqbal Chaudhry and Senior Vice President Ejaz A. Mumtaz condemned this barbaric act in strongest possible terms and the decision regarding the closure of businesses was taken in consultation with all the city trade bodies. The LCCI President said that to express solidarity with the business community of Moon Market, LCCI office-bearers and Executive Committee would also visit Moon Market on Wednesday (today). The Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry has also convened an emergent meeting of trade bodies at LCCI on Thursday (December 10) at 3:00 p.m. wherein future strategy to avert such heinous acts of terror would be finalized. The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry would also establish a blood camp at LCCI premises on Thursday (December 10) to collect blood for victims of terrorist attacks. Meanwhile, the LCCI office-bearers and the Convener LCCI Standing Committee on Law and Order Nasrullah Malik said that special measures are needed to cope with deteriorating law and order situation as anti-social elements are hell-bent to destabilize Pakistan for their ulterior motives. They said that the sequence of incidents one after the other seem to be the part of a well though-out plan against Pakistan. All Pakistan Paper Merchants Association has also announced that all the paper markets would observe complete shutter down on Wednesday to mourn the deaths of innocent people. The Association took the decision during an urgent meeting held here on Tuesday. They also condemned the attacks and offered prayers for the departed souls and early recovery of the injured.