Peshawar: members of Pakistan hotels and restaurants Association (fra) on Wednesday announced to take out a March from Peshawar to Islamabad today (Thursday) to demand the opening of their business.
The President of fra, Habibullah Zahid, told reporters that they will leave Peshawar paid space at 1pm and spend a peaceful demonstration of protest in front of press club Islamabad.
“We remain calm during our protest,” he said, adding that the closure of hotels, restaurants and wedding halls were badly damaged hundreds of thousands of families throughout the province.
He said it was amazing and regrettable that the whole business was resolved after loosening the lock downs in connection with the epidemic of the coronavirus, but the hotel business was not allowed to work.
Calling the ban on hotel, restaurants and wedding halls, as the injustice of all workers and their families, Habibullah Zahid asked the government to pay attention and to relieve their worries and disappointments.
Habibullah Zahid said Prime Minister Imran Khan said the development of tourism, but half the season has passed, and nothing practical had been done to encourage tourism and people.
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