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Protest of Utility Store Corporation workers enters into third day

ISLAMABAD: The deadlock persists between the government authorities and workers of Utility Store Corporation as sit-in of employees on the D-Chowk of federal capital has entered into the third day, ARY News reported. Refusing to end their protest on the issue of possible privatization of Utility Stores Corporation, the workers have been protesting on roads since October 22.  "All of us are spending our nights on roads in cold weather. We will not get up from here unless our demands are accepted by the government in…

Utility stores’ workers continue protest; spend night on roads

ISLAMABAD: Refusing to end their protest on the issue of possible privatization of Utility Stores Corporation, the workers continued their sit-ins for a second day on Tuesday (today) and spending the night on the roads. Hundreds of protesters gathered on D-Chowk, Islamabad, declined to wind up their demonstration until the issuance of a promised notification, stipulating to accept their demands, from the trade adviser. A day earlier, the Prime Minister's aide Naeem-ul-Haq addressed the agitated employees and assured…