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 Zardari greets newly-elected body of APNEC
 Updated at: 0241 PST,  Sunday, March 28, 2010
Zardari greets newly-elected body of APNEC ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari Saturday felicitated the newly elected office-bearers of All Pakistan Newspapers Employees Confederation (APNEC) for the year 2010-2011.

The President hoped that the new leaders would ensure further protection of rights of the workers so that they can concentrate on their professional tasks.

The President, in his message, congratulated the office bearers; Chairman Shafiuddin Ashraf, Vice Chairmen Malik Tahir Ahmed, Siddique Anzer, Deen Mohammad Dard, Secretary General Ikram Bukhari, Assistant Secretary Generals Mirza Imran Baig, Obaidullah, Naseeb Ali Tabbasum,Treasure Shakil Khan and Members of National Executive Committee Raja Javed, Kaleem Shamim, Imran Mirza, Faisal Usman, Qaisar Chohan, Rishad Mahmood, Maqsood Ali, Rana Yusuf, Amjad Malik, Naeem Shahzad,M Aqeel and Jameel Ahmed.
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