Islamabad: Pakistan traders have called a nationwide strike against “harmful economic policies”. They have called the strike from October 29-30.
All Pakistan Anjuman-e-Tajran’s central general-secretary, Naeem Mir, who addressed traders in Mirpurkhas said that their agenda was not to seek the removal of Prime Minister Imran Khan but to redress the policies.
Mir said: “The traders have been disillusioned by the government’s policies and the regressive taxes”. He added that the business community that turned up against the government could extend cooperation and help it reduce internal and external loans.