PESHAWAR: According to District Administration, talks between Peshawar and Nanbai Association have succeeded and come to agreements.
After successful negotiations between the District Administration of Peshawar and the Nanbai Association, the Nanbaiis announced the end of the ongoing strike.
According to the details, the Nanbai Association announced a strike on Monday in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, including Peshawar. They were demanding a price from Rs 10 to Rs 15.
Following the directives of Deputy Commissioner Peshawar Muhammad Ali Asghar, Assistant Commissioner Sara Rehman, Assistant Commissioner Ashaluddin and Rashing Controller Aftab Omar, representatives of the Nanbai Association, Haji Iqbal, Astana Gul, Khyista Gul and Representatives of Consumer Protection Council Malik Iftikhar and others held successful talks and agreed on an earlier resolution between the parties, headed by the Minister of Ratings and Weights.
Successful negotiations were held in the presence of President Businessman Justice Shahid Khan, Representative Consumer Protection Council Malik Iftikhar and others. It has agreed to sell 115 grams of baked bread for Rs 10.