ISLAMABAD  - Chief Commissioner Islamabad Hamid Ali Khan has said that Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration would ensure the strict implementation of Minimum Wages Act of Rs 6,000 per month to the unskilled workers of private commercial and industrial institutions working within the jurisdiction of Islamabad Capital Territory. In this regard a meeting was held under the chairmanship of Chief Commissioner Islamabad Hamid Ali Khan to review the implementation status of Minimum Wages Act in Islamabad. The director Labor and Industries, Islamabad Abdul Qadus Malik and other officials of ICT administration attended the meeting. Director labor and Industries ICT informed the meeting that the labor department Islamabad has issued a notification to this effect to all the private commercial and industrial institutions to ensure the payment of Rs 6,000 per month to the unskilled workers as fixed by the government with effect from July 1. He further informed that a compliance report in this regard has also been called for from all the private institutions by August 15. Moreover, officials' teams consisting of labor department ICT have also been constituted for inspection of private institutions in Islamabad to ensure the implementation of Minimum Wages Act. The teams would take strict action against those private institutions, which failed to implement the Minimum Wages Act