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Residents protest against Lucky Cement factory, demand jobs

Residents protest against Lucky Cement factory, demand jobs
September 11, 2017

LAKKI MARWAT: Residents in Pezo area of Lakki Marwat on Monday staged a protest against LuckyCement Factory for ignoring them in jobs. They also demanded action against the factory for causing dust pollution.

The protesters led by leader of Tehreek-e-Labaik Ya Rasollulah Muhammad Ali Qadri chanted slogans against the factory administration and demanded that local residents should be given jobs first.

Qadri said that factory management hired employees from out district ignoring local residents. He demanded that the factory should immediately take steps to control dust pollution that was causing respiratory and lung diseases.

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