We will be staging a sit-in outside the chief minister's house along with our families, said the trade organizations in a joint presser.
The Sindh government on Thursday withdrawn its earlier order and allowed businesses to operate till 8 pm
Business centres and markets across Hyderi, Pakistan Chowk, Burns Road, Jama Cloth Market, and in the periphery remained blatantly open even after 7 pm
Asim Saleem Bajwa released a four-page clarification on his Twitter account and said that he strongly rebutted the baseless allegations levelled against him and his family.
The decision has been taken in connection with Eidul Adha.
The participants of the NCC meeting held the chair of Prime Minister Imran Khan took important decisions regarding the ongoing lockdown situation.
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Finance and Revenue Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh on Wednesday said that upcoming budget was being designed in a way to provide maximum relief and incentives to the businesses and promote trade by reducing tariff on a large number of items of raw material.
The statement came forth after the provincial lawmakers held meetings with traders and Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) leaders at the office of Sindh local government department.
The Sindh government asked the traders to wait for Tuesday before they finalise the SOPs needed to resume businesses.