KARACHI: Retired emp­loyees of the Karachi Metro­politan Corporation (KMC) have demanded the Sindh government to pay off their dues with respect to 15 per cent increase in their pension funds as announced in the provincial budget 2019-20, said a statement.

At an urgent meeting of the Retired Employees Action Committee held at the KMC Sports Complex, it was agreed that the efforts to resolve all issues related to the retired employees would be raised from the same platform and the body would take every possible step for its solution.

Published in Dawn, December 13th, 2019

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