Clerks march to demand improved salaries

Express April 24, 2010


Members of All Pakistan Clerks Association (APECA) have started a long march from Quetta to Islamabad demanding the government to improve their salary structure.

PML-Q leader and MNA Marvi Memon has joined the long march of clerks from Quetta. She demanded for early acceptance of the charter of demands of clerks and 300 percent increase in salaries of employees in accordance with growing inflation.

The long march will pass through different areas of Sindh and Punjab where the clerks will also join the group.

Clerks from all over the country will protest outside the parliament on April 28 in favour of their demands.


Rehan | 13 years ago | Reply Salaries of Government servants should be increased according to the current price hike in the country. Salaries should not be less than 15000
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