LAHORE - The employees of University of Health Sciences (UHS) ended their 86-day protest camp on Saturday after assurance by Labour Minister Punjab Ashraf Khan Sohna about fulfilment of their demands regarding reinstatement of the poor employees of low-grade and regularisation of others. According to President APCA, UHS, Mian Naveed, the Minister has assured the employees of constituting a committee in the Punjab Assembly to consider their demands and recommend action on the same. The minister also promised to do his best to restore the demoted employees to their previous position within two days adding that he would himself join them in the protest if justice could not be done to them. Earlier, Dr Saeed Elahi, Chairman CM Task Force on Health met the delegation of the APCA of UHS and assured to protect the rights of the employees and not let them face economic problems. Saeed also assured them to convey their sentiments to the CM. In view of the said assurances and meetings, the employees decided to end their protest camp till June 21 next to await the outcome. Mian Naveed said the employees would again resume protest if no progress was made on their demands by the authorities. Awais lauds bureaucrats role Governor Khyber-Pakht-unkhwa Awais Ghani said on Saturday the bureaucracy had a prominent role in nation building. Addressing a certificate distribution ceremony of the 7th management course at National Management College here, the governor said that good mangers could build a strong nation while poor managers could cause a loss to a nation. He said coordination among officers and the government was very important, adding that team work with sharing of powers and responsibilities was necessary for good governance. He said the nation was facing great challenges which could be overcome by reposing confidence and trust in the officers. He said it was the duty of officers to unite, reorganise and make reforms in their departments, adding that a new person could harm departments, instead of stabilising them. Earlier, the governor distributed certificates among 125 officers of grade-19 who had successfully completed their course at the college.