LAHORE: Former president Asif Ali Zardari said on Tuesday that minimum wages for labourers and workers should be increased to Rs 35,000 in the country.
In a statement, he said, reducing financial burden on working class is the responsibility of the government. Providing relief to the deserving ones should be the prime priority of the government and only far-reaching steps could only take the common man out of economic quagmire, he added.
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According to him, the federal government should decide to increase minimum wages of the working class in the country.
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