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APGEC protest in favour of their demands

APGEC protest in favour of their demands
April 20, 2017

PESHAWAR, 20 April: All Pakistan Government Employees Confederation (APGEC) workers on Thursday staged protest demonstration urging the government to abolish double education system, ensure uniform education standard, health insurance of the workers and raise the salaries.
As per details, the protest was held outside the Peshawar Press Club which was attended by workers of various department at large numbers. They were chanting slogans against federal and provincial governments.
The protest was addressed by the Railway Workers Union central president Ashfaq Badshah and others.
The protesters told that All Pakistan Government Employees Confederation was the alliance of 11 departments made in order to press the government for their demands.
They also presented their list of demands urging the government to abolish double education system and ensure uniform education standard, health insurance of the workers, raise the salaries of the worker, permanent status of those employees are temporary.
Talking to TNN, They said if their demands were not met, they will hold protest demonstration outside press clubs across the province and will finally stage a sit-in outside National Press Club in Islamabad.


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