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Published at: 3 year(s) ago
LAHORE: After Punjab government’s assurances, adhoc nurses have ended their protest in Lahore.
The nurses were holding a sit-in for last eight days to press authorities to regularize their services.
Just yesterday, the nurses had rejected provincial health ministry’s offer for three-year contract, insisting on regularization.
However, health department claimed that the nurses would be regularized after accepting the contract, after which they ended their sit-in.
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