LAHORE All Pakistan Trade Union Federation hold a protest rally at Lahore Press Club against economic crises in Railway, high inflation, worst law and order situation, anti-worker clauses in IRO 2011 and implementation of minimum wages. Dozens of workers participated in the rally. Federation General Secretary Rubina Jamil, Fazal-e-Wahid, Sultan Khan, Shabbir Shah, Mian Rafique, Muhammad Ilyas, Nasir Gulzar, Zaheer-ud-Din Babur strongly condemned the economic crises in their speeches. They said that the so-called democratic government was adopting imperialist policies which are anti-workers. Punjab Government implemented Punjab Industrial Relation Act 2011 which restricted the formation trade union rights. They held that government was responsible for worst crises in railways and thousands of T.L.A workers in railways were still working as contract workers. They condemned the governments anti-worker policy. Speakers said the they were very much concerned about the situation of 20 million home based workers in which 70pc were female workers getting very less wages. Labour laws were not applicable and women workers were facing sexual harassment and working in miserable conditions, they said, adding if their demands were not accepted, they would hold protests across the country.