Lady Health Workers end Lahore protest after demands met

The protesting lady health workers (LHW) ended a five-day long strike after the government accepted their demands on Friday.
The protesters had earlier warned of halting the metro bus if a notification for their service structure is not issued.
A spokesperson of the lady health workers announced to end the strike, stating that their demands had been accepted by the government and a notification of the same had been issued — a condition the protesters had put forth earlier on.
The health workers, who had been spending nights and days on Mall Road in protest, had said they would not end their sit-in until their demands are met.
The protest has disrupted traffic in Lahore as the protesters have occupied the main thoroughfare of the city.
The sit-in near Charing Cross had also polluted the area with trash all around that the protesting health workers have been clearing and burning on their own.