PESHAWAR - The All Pakistan Clerks Association (APCA) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Wednesday staged a protest sit-in in front of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly against the alleged delaying tactics in the approval of up-gradation and time-scale by government.

To press the govt for meeting their demands, hundreds of clerks affiliated with different govt departments from across the province gathered in fronts of the KPK Assembly and asked government to approve up-gradation and time scale for them.

Led by APCA KPK President Aslam Khan and district Peshawar president Zakir Khan, clerks chanted slogans in favour of their demands and alleged that CMr is using delaying tactics in approval of a summery regarding their up-gradation and time-scale.

They said that up-gradation and time scale were their long awaited demands for which they have been struggling since long, but unfortunately, the government was not taking any interest to meet these demands, which they termed an injustice with them.

They threatened that they would permanently sit in in front of the KPK Assembly, if their demands were not met before next assembly meeting.

 and government would be responsible if any untoward incident happened in this regard.