ISLAMABAD Sanitary workers of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), Monday, took out a protest rally against the indifferent behaviour of the sanitary inspectors and private sanitary contractors demanding regularisation of their services. Daily wage employees of Sanitation Directorate of CDA participated in the rally, which was taken out by Christian Progressive Movement (CPM). The rally started from G-9 Markaz and culminated in front of National Press Club (NPC). The protesters chanted slogans against the CDA Sanitation Directorate, sanitary inspectors and private contractor. They alleged that Director Sanitation was supporting sanitary inspectors who allegedly extorted money from them. Saqib Malik, Convenor CPM addressing the rally said that despite their protests, neither their services were regularised nor their wages were increased and moreover, no action was taken against private contractors who misbehaved with them. He said that they had to work at private residences as part-time job to make their both ends meet. He alleged that after the protest was launched against the Sanitary Inspector Mukhtar Masih and private contractor, 17 workers were terminated from the department. He accused that Director sanitation was backing Sanitary Inspector and Contractor, therefore no action was being taken against them. Daily wage workers of Sanitation Directorate appealed to the governments high-ups and Chief Justice to take notice of the situation and issue directives to CDA administration to regularise their services and increase their salaries from Rs7,000 to Rs10,000. They vowed to continue their protest until fulfilment of their demands.