Members of Lady Health Workers are holding protest indication against price increased and anti-labor policies of the government, at D Chowk in Islamabad on Monday, October 19, 2020
The woman health care workers finished their protest outside the parliament in Islamabad on the seventh day, after the legislature established a board of trustees to look into their commands of addition in salaries and improved service structure.
Several ladies had been stayed outdoors on a main lane in the federal capital since October 24. Their commands included uniform compensation bundles for woman health care workers, promotion and gratuity for workers and security during the anti-poliovirus campaign.
Woman health care workers, who number more than 100,000 across Pakistan, are charged to run door to-door vaccination campaigns, and were additionally as of late activated to battle COVID-19.
In the most recent week, talks with the legislature had consistently failed, until Monday night when Ali Muhammad Khan, the state minister for parliamentary affairs, visited the protestors again and guaranteed to have their issues settled.
Moreover, the legislature will compose a letter to the inspector general police, of all provinces, to give satisfactory security to the representatives during their campaigns.
“We ended our protest the previous night, Tuesday morning, on the PM’s commands, as we were informed that our commands will be directed in the next few months.”
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