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Prior to start of march, there will be a protest demonstration in front of the National Press Club, to be participated by teaching and non-teaching staff from BPS-1 to BPS-20. In fact, the FDE employees started their protest on Monday while displaying banners at main entry of a number of federal government educational institutions. "We reject the ordinance which was promulgated, last week and have decided to start a movement against the decision. There will be closure of educational institutions and FDE offices from today," the statement from the action committee said.
"The FDE offices, all colleges and schools will be closed from today against promulgation of the ordinance," the Federal Government Education Joint Action Committee (FGEJAC) took the decision in a meeting with its chairman Fazal e Maula in the chair. The Joint Action Committee, according to a statement issued after the meeting, also gave a call to teaching and non-teaching staff of FDE and 423 schools and colleges for a protest march from National Press Club to Parliament House to give a sit-in to press for their demand of withdrawal of ordinance on December 2. (Source: www.thenews.com.pk)
The Centre has also advised continued monitoring of areas where recent clusters of positive cases have emerged and promptly send all positive samples for genome sequencing to the INSACOG network. Preparedness of health infrastructure including the availability of ICU, Oxygen beds, ventilators, etc., with a focus on rural areas and pediatric cases have been advised. Health facilities were found to be severely lacking when the second wave of Covid battered India earlier this year.
PNB has also offered an interest rate ranging between 2.9 per cent and 5.25 per cent on fixed deposits maturing in the range of 7 days to 10 years. PNB is offering an interest rate of 2.9 per cent on 7-45 day fixed deposits, and it goes up 4.4 per cent on less than one year FDs. (Source: www.businesstoday.in)