PESHAWAR (PR): Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KPCCI) President Zahidullah Shinwari has paid tributes to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Small and Medium Enterprise Development Authority (Smeda), Mohammad Alamgir Chaudhry for giving relief in 1200 cases of SME sector in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa under Economic Revitalisation of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA (ERKF) project. In a statement issued here Saturday, the KPCCI chief said that the sitting CEO Smeda is running the affairs of the authority in a very professional manner and under his leadership the overall performance of the organisation in general and Smeda Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in particular had improved and the SME sector had received relief.

Zahidullah Shinwari said that the CEO Smeda Mohammad Alamgir Chaudhry is giving importance to the development of small and medium industries and business in the national economy and due to his hectic efforts SME sector across the country including in Peshawar is on path of development by leaps and bounds.

He said that Mohammad Alamgir Chaudry is promoting close coordination between Smeda and business community and particularly the business community of the whole country is thankful to him for taking measures for the development of SME sector in collaboration with chambers across the country.

He said that the presence of CEO Smeda Mohammad Alamgir Chaudhry on his post is very essential for maintaining continuity of the projects that are in progress under the supervision of Smeda for the facilitation of SME sector and enabling the business community to stand on their own feet.

He was confident that federal government will utilise the best capabilities to develop SME sector in full manner.