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Frontline workers for COVID-19 stopped working in Sindh

Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

28th Jun, 2020. 09:15 pm
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Frontline workers for COVID-19 stopped working in Sindh

Frontline workers recruited for global coronavirus patients have fallen victim to the Sindh government’s indifference.

According to the details, due to the policies of the Sindh government, the frontline workers recruited for the COVID-19 patients stopped working.

Sources said that 2,382 staff working on the front line have been deprived of their salaries for three months.

Frontline workers protested in front of the Karachi Press Club and said that the Sindh government greets the frontline workers but does not pay them.

Paramedical staff say they will not work until permanent deployments are made.

It may be recalled that 2,392 staff had participated in the examination for 1400 posts of the Sindh Public Service Commission. In the event of a global epidemic.

The Sindh government recruited all eligible candidates for the examination of the Sindh Public Service Commission for 89 days.

On June 22, the term of 2,382 staff expired, but on June 26, the contract was renewed for another 89 days.


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