PPP expresses solidarity with Young Nurses Association’s protest, urges Govt to accept their demands

Pakistan Peoples Party’s delegation led by JahanAra M Wattoo has joined a protest of Nurses against Punjab Government. The delegation was comprising of Sohail Malik, Bushra Malik, Shahida Jabeen, Junaid Qaiser, Naseer Ahmed, Nazir Malik, Usmanul Haq Qureshi and others. It has expressed solidarity with the medical workers and urged the government to take notice of nurses’ protest, accept their demands and issue directives to resolve their problems.

While addressing to Young Nurses Association’s protest in front of Punjab Assembly JahanAra M Wattoo has demanded that government should accept their demands of the approval of service structure and health allowance, adding that the PPP fully endorsed and supported the demands of the Young Nurses Association.


She has said that today we have joined the protest on the instructions of the PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.

She has blasted on government by saying that the PMLN government has failed on all fronts and it is wasting money only on Metros and Roads and it has been completely ignored health and education sectors. She has criticised the PML-N government for ignoring key sectors like health and education for construction Roads, Orange Train and Metro Bus just because of Kickbacks and using Itffaq Foundaries’ Steel.


The PPP manifesto is a manifesto of women rights and empowerment, and the party will always stand with working women, she added.
The other speakers have also urged the government to endorse service structure and maintain health allowance as early as possible. They also demanded the ​early restoration of suspended Nurses.


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