PPP media teams call off strike.

PESHAWAR -- Media teams of the Pakistan Peoples Party on Wednesday ended the boycott of their duties after provincial president of the party Najamuddin Khan promised resolution of their issues and the party's speedy re-organisation in the province.

They had gone on strike a few days ago against the party's provincial leadership for 'not taking interest in the resolution of their problems.'

Most of their complaints pertained to jobs and financial support, and re-organisation of party units in different districts.

Spokesman for the PPP Peshawar division Tariq Raheem told Dawn that the party's divisional and district information secretaries and members of social media teams held a meeting with provincial president Najamuddin Khan at the Lowari House here and...

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