Assad Saifullah elected as APTMA KP chief
September 18, 2014 RECORDER REPORT 0 CommentsE-mailPrintPDF
Barrister Assad Saifullah Khan, Director, M/s Kohat Textile Mills Ltd, Kohat has been elected unopposed chairman, Zonal, Regional Managing Committee All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Region. The elections were held in APTMA House, Tehkal Payan Jamrud Road, Peshawar. Barrister Assad Saifullah Khan is son of Salim Saifullah Khan and nephew of Anwar Saifullah Khan and Humayun Saifullah Khan, a well-known politician of Pakistan.
He is first cousin of Senator Osman Saifullah Khan former APTMA chairman KP zone. His uncle Dr Iqbal Saifullah Khan is well known heart Physician in Pakistan while Javed Saifullah Khan is prominent businessman. Barrister Assad Saifullah Khan is member board of directors of Saif Textile Mills Ltd, Saif Energy and Green Fuels Ltd. All office bearers and members of Zonal, Regional Managing Committee APTMA (KP Region) for the year 2014-15 including one representative Sikandar Kuli Khan Khattak, Director M/s Babri Cotton Mills Ltd, of the KP Zone/Region in the APTMA Central Executive Committee, Karachi, were elected unopposed.
Others who elected were included, Mohammad Taimoor Shah, Director M/s Sarhad Textile Mills Ltd, Gadoon as Vice-Chairman while, Ghulam Hussain, G M (Finance) M/s Babri/Janana De Malucho Textile Mills Limited as Treasurer and Raza Kuli Khan Khattak Chief Executive M/s Babri Cotton Mills Ltd, Afan Aziz, Chief Executive M/s A J Textile Mills Ltd, Gadoon and Fazle Subhan, G.M M/s ITHFZ Mills Ltd, Gadoon as members of the Zonal, Regional Managing Committee.
Speaking on the occasion, Barrister, Assad Saifullah Khan thanked the textile industry of the province for reposing confidence in him, saying Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is terrorism affected and pledged to leave no stone unturned for industrial development of the province. He also vowed to continue struggle for announcing a special relief package for the industries of the province and steps for the resolution of the problems of the members of association on priority basis.