Rawalpindi traders demand security on 14th

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Traders of the city and cantonment areas of Rawalpindi on Saturday demanded the district administration and police to provide them with security on January 14, when Teheek-e-Minhajul Quran will launch its long march.
Traders’ unions of the city and cantonment areas collectively announced to participate in the long march.
Office bearers of the unions said they supported the smooth political and democratic process as this would be better for their business.
“Better business was vital for the prosperity of the country therefore the business community must be provided security,” he said.
Speaking on the occasion, Sheikh Hafeez said that it would be better for the country if the current government completes its democratic tenure and transfers power through fair and peaceful elections.