Apca calls off protest after talks with Raja Basharat

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Staff Reporter

The All Pakistan Clerks Association (APCA) employees, who were protesting outside the Chief Minister’s House, held talks with Punjab Law and Cooperatives Minister Raja Basharat at Civil Secretariat on Monday.

After the law minister assured to consider the demands of the employees sympathetically, they announced to end the ongoing protest outside the Chief Minister’s House.

The delegation was led by APCA President Haji Irshad and other representatives while the Law Minister listened in detail to the demands of APCA employees.

Raja Basharat assured that they had legitimate demands and he would make every effort to get them approve by presenting them to the Chief Minister himself.

The APCA representatives thanked Raja Basharat and said that their confidence in the government had increased as he heard them and assured that their problems would be resolved sincerely.

 

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