The PTI-led federal government of Pakistan has decided to subsidise airline services for the labours of Pakistan, who are not able to visit their homeland for a period of seven years.
A day earlier on Tuesday, the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has approved a program called “Mazdoor ka Ehsas Program” during a meeting of the federal cabinet in Islamabad.
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According to the details, ‘Mazdoor ka Ehsas Program’ will be launched formally today on World Labour Day.
As per the details of the program, the labours will be able to get themselves registered with the government of Pakistan under the initiative that will ensure certain benefits for them, including pension.
The decision to launch a program for the welfare of the labours in Pakistan was taken during a meeting held in Islamabad on Tuesday.
World Labour Day is being observed today (Wednesday) to acknowledge the efforts, hard work, and sacrifices of the labours and to raise the voice for the basic rights of the labour community.
According to the details, the labour unions would organize seminars, rallies and walks across the country where the leaders of the union will deliver speeches emphasizing the history of the World Labour Day and the importance of the day.