ISLAMABAD - Deputy Commissioner Aamer Ali Ahmed here on Thursday visited Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) Aamer Ali said that the ICCI has always extended helping hand to the local government in hour of need. Close liaison between business community and local government is necessary to address the concerns, he added He said that citizen-police liaison committee is being formed and this committee would have full powers to visit police stations and address people's problems. He said a proposal for a dedicated security force in commercial centers and industrial areas is also under consideration to beef up security for all stakeholders. He suggested that close coordination between private security guards and government's security personnel would contribute a lot in creating a secure environment. Moreover, he said members of the ICCI should apply for arms licences so that they could be provided the facility. Speaking on the occasion, ICCI president Ijaz Ahmad Abbasi said security is the main issue in commercial centres and industrial areas of the capital city, which is main concern for businessmen. He said there is a dire need of promulgating a fair Rent Control Act for Islamabad, which may produce a win-win situation, both for the owner and tenants.  The ICCI president said that in past, on transfer of property as gift to legal heirs, only 33 percent of the registration fee was charged while presently 100 percent registration fee is charged which is not justified and suggested that 33 percent registration fee may be charged on the gifted property as previous practice.