PESHAWAR: Expressing deep grief with the bereaved families and injured persons of the Gadani tanker explosion, different workers unions of district Peshawar held a protest rally against the Baluchistan Government and held protest from Amn Park Sher Shah Suri Road to the Peshawar Press Club. The rally was organized under the aegis of Pakistan Mazdor Kistan Party (PMKP) while the office bearers and members of General Workers Union, Railway Workers Union, Wapda Hydro Union, National Party, Communist Party of Pakistan, Allmi Pushto Congress, Pakhtun Awareness Movement, transporters and students also participated in the rally. Holding banners and placards inscribed with different slogans in favour of their demands, the participants asked the government to file terrorism case against the responsible persons and make an impartial judicial probe against the government and semi-government personal for their reckless. Afzal Shah Khamoosh, President, PMKP, Shakeel Wahidullah Khan, general secretary, Ashfaq Bacha and Mustajab Khan, led the rally. Addressing to the rally participants, they said that the government had completely failed to protect the workers’ lives. They said that the employees’ had a backbone status in boosting the country economy but unfortunately neither a proper legislation had been made for the workers lives safety nor solid arrangement had been done for their health and appropriate safety for natural disaster. “The government ambulances were not available for the injured hard workers of the incidents while the wounded rushed to hospital for first aid and to save their lives themselves” they expressed grave concerns. They were of the opinion that the workers communities in Pakistan were the victim of mental suppression and uncertain situation. “We demand the earliest step down of Baluchistan government and to form a judiciary inquiry in this regard” they stressed and alleged that due to the negligence of Baluchistan rulers that fatal incident occurred. They further demanded of the government to pay 5 million each to the family members of every killed worker while also pay 1.5 million for the treatment of injured employees. They warned that if government failed in compensating the Gadani victims and if the rulers are least bothered for taking tangible steps to make sure the lives and assets of the hard workers, the PMKP would not waste time in calling shatter down strikes across the country.