November 10, 2018
ISLAMABAD - Over a dozen workers left high and dry by Daily Times after it reportedly sold off its press in Islamabad, have obtained a stay order from the Implementation Tribunal for Newspaper Employees (ITNE).
The order means that the newspaper management cannot sack them without fulfilling legal procedures and paying off their outstanding dues and wages.
On the other hand, an insider at Daily Times told JournalismPakistan.com Saturday that the owner of the property where the newspaper’s printing press was located is unwilling to hand over the machinery and equipment unless his dues were cleared.
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