LAKKI MARWAT – Following the directives of District Livestock Officer Muhammad Ayyub Wazir, the mobile veterinary health unit of the district carried out anti-Congo virus spray in the city cattle market on Sunday to protect animals from the fatal disease.In-charge Mobile Unit VHO Dr Mubarak told this correspondent that livestock workers sprayed insecticides on animals to remove ticks from their bodies. He said that congo hemorrhagic fever was a tick borne viral disease and it might affect humans. He said that the disease could become fatal if preventive measures were not put in place on time. He added that special awareness sessions were held with traders and visiting people in the cattle markets to educate them on safety measures. He said animals were also vaccinated on the occasion. He called upon the cattle keepers to take care of their quadrupeds and act on the advices of veterinary experts to protect them from diseases.Meanwhile, the primary schoolteachers will stage a sit in outside the provincial assembly if government failed to issue notification of service structure and time scale promotion formula up to June 5, said All Primary Teachers Association district chapter general secretary Haji Abdul Rahim Tajazai on Sunday.Talking to reporters he said that thousands of teachers participated in the protest demonstration on May 31 in Peshawar to press the government for acceptance of their genuine demands. He told that the teachers ended their protest after government officials assured them that their demands would be fulfilled and a notification to this effect would issued up to June 5.“Now the government should avoid using delaying tactics in issuance of notification of service structure and time scale promotion formula for primary schoolteachers,” he maintained. He said that the teachers would again set out for Peshawar and would hold a protest demonstration outside the provincial assembly if their demands were not met.