Move to privatise post offices opposed

By Our Correspondent
December 05, 2023

MARDAN: All Pakistan Clerks Association (Apca) general secretary Aurangzeb Kashmiri has said that the privatisation of post offices and schools would harm the interests of employees.

He claimed that 40,000 employees would lose their jobs due to the privatisation of post offices.

A representational image of a person showing a fist in resistance. — Unsplash/File

Speaking to the media, Kashmiri said that loans were taken by the rulers and elite individuals looted institutions, but the IMF conditions were imposed on the poor and government employees. He warned that if the decision to privatise the postal department, schools, and other institutions was not reversed, they would stage a sit-in in front of the Parliament House in Islamabad.