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Sindh police baton-charge, detain teachers protesting for regularisation

KARACHI: Several protesting teachers arrested in Karachi after brutal torture and humiliation by police. Teachers were protesting for the regularization of their jobs. According to reports the Sindh police on Monday baton-charged and detained over two dozen teachers protesting outside Chief Minister House in Karachi. The area turned into battleground as head teachers reached there to stage sit-in, demanding the provincial government to regularise their services.

A heavy contingent of police reached there and tortured them to disperse them. More than two dozen male and female teachers sustained injuries and according to teacher association police arrested 25 teachers.

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