Organized Labour and Federal Government Resume Talks on Electricity, Fuel Price Hikes

The Federal Government and Organised Labour met on Sunday to resume negotiations on the increase in electricity and petrol hikes.
The Punch reports that the two parties had met on September 28 where the price hikes were discussed and consensus reached, leading to the inauguration of a seven-man Technical Sub - committee to review the increase in electricity tariff.
The committee which was given two weeks was expected to present its report at the Sunday meeting.



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