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Negotiations between the government and government employees were successful but the sit-in continued

Negotiations between the government and government employees were successful but the sit-in did not end.

Clashes between police and protesters continued throughout the day yesterday in Islamabad, police used batons and sticks to the shelling, were roads smoke, several people were unconscious forces and demonstrators threw stones while.

Angry protesters also stopped Federal Information Minister Shibli Faraz on the highway.

Now there are reports that the three-hour long talks between the government employees and the government committee that went on strike in Islamabad have been successful.
Last night, the government employees’ leader said that the government had promised a 20 per cent temporary increase in the salaries of Grade 1 to 22 employees till the next budget.

The government delegation included Federal Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid, Defense Minister Pervez Khattak and Minister of State Ali Muhammad Khan.

The government employees’ leader said that all the arrested government employees would also be released, a meeting with the government committee would be held at 11 am and a formal announcement would be made at 2.30 pm in the form of a notification. ۔

Protesters have staged sit-ins in several places in Islamabad, including D-Chowk.

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