MINGORA, Oct 7: The family health workers of Swat have expressed their deep concern over the fact that they have not been granted salaries for the last many months.

Talking to Dawn here on Sunday some of the workers said that due to irresponsible attitude of the concerned authorities their salaries were being delayed which multiplied their problems. They demanded of the health minister and secretary health to solve their problems.

ELECTIONS: The annual elections of the Sarhad College Teachers Association have been re-scheduled to October 30.

A press release issued here on Sunday said that the elections would be only for the posts of the president and general secretary of the SCTA.

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