Labourers forced to work together at Rawalpindi railway carriage factory
RAWALPINDI (92 News) – Labourers in sheer violation of the anti-coronavirus measures are forced to work together at Rawalpindi railway carriage factory.
Earlier, the railway authorities had suspended the train service late. The delay in the closure of carriage factory is posing a serious threat to the lives of about 1,200 workers.
Sources said that workers are still working in Washing Line in four shifts. The railway authorities have not so far ordered the closure of the carriage factory.
Workers said that the administration had threatened to sack them if they did not comply with the orders.
When contacted, Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed was reluctant to comment on the matter.