KP Govt decides to open 80 per cent industries

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SHANGLA: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided to reopen the province eighty percent industries and labour hospitals after a long closure amid coronavirus pandemic.

It was said, the minister for labour and culture Shaukat Yousafzai here at Bisham on Sunday while talking media persons. Local PTI’s leader were also present on the occasion.

The minister said that about 80 percent of the province industries to be opened very soon, while 28 hospitals of the labour department will be opened from today on Monday to deal the patients in out patient department amid rush in the other major hospitals and reduce from them.

“We have asked the industries to pay the labour salaries and wages who are suffering due to lockdown. The covid-19 is so far controlled, however, there is a fear till the end of this month as PM Imran Khan said but we hope the situation would be normal very soon,” He said.

He said they strive to compensate the public and provide relief to the nation and no could suffer due to lockdown in that view not observing complete lockdown in the province.

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