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The management of Pakistan Steel Mills has laid off 4544 employees

The management of Pakistan Steel Mills has laid off 4544 employees

Letters of all the dismissed employees are being sent to their residential addresses. An employee of the IMD department, Habib-ur-Rehman, died of a heart attack after hearing the news. Yards to lay off steel mill employees

An emergency meeting was convened at the CEO’s Secretariat on Tuesday, chaired by CEO Steel Mills. DCOs have been sacked while Steel Mills schools and colleges have teachers and non-teaching staff, drivers, firemen, fire tenders operators, public health staff, security guards and watchmen, finance, paramedics. Staff, Pin Staff, Office Staff, Finance Directorate Staff, A&P Directorate and A&P Department, Junior Officers of Finance Directorate in all Departments (Corporate Secretary Trust, CP&I, ISMD, Law Department, Security and The A&P Department has been retained for the required posts, in addition to the CEO Secure Treaty, Steel Mills Hospital, Education Department, Professional Degree Holders, CDB, Protocol and Zonal Office Islamabad. Employees posted in the departments of have been retained. Institutions

All the employees and trade unions were in a state of unrest and outrage spread among the employees. Stakeholders Group Convener Mureez Khan also vehemently opposed the anti-labor move of the Steel Mill management and said that a case was pending in the court against his appointment as the Chief Executive of the Steel Mill. Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief Minister Sindh should pay attention to this issue and the two governments should sit together and take concrete steps to restore the steel mill and save the jobs of the employees.

Hearing the news of the forced dismissal of the employees of Steel Mills, Habib-ur-Rehman, an employee of IMD Department residing in Steel Town, as soon as he heard the news of dismissal, his condition deteriorated and his heart proved to be fatal. Thousands of mourners lined the streets of the town. Leaders of trade unions visited the home of the deceased employee and offered condolences to his family and expressed their grief and anger over the forced dismissal of Pakistan Steel employees.

Last night, employees of Pakistan Steel Mills staged a protest on the National Highway against all sides. Angry protesters burned ties and wood near Quaid-e-Azam Park and blocked the national highway, causing the worst traffic jam. The incident was reported to the police force to start his efforts to negotiate with the protesters. The protests continued till late at night.

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