Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) Central Vice President and parliamentary leader in Sindh assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh has said that the provincial government of Sindh instead of providing facilities to fight the coronavirus is spreading panic and its traditional mismanagement, especially in healthcare sector, is at the peak.
Addressing a crowded press conference in the Insaf House here on Sunday, flanked by PTI MPAs Dua Bhutto, Dr Saeed Afridi, Kareem Bux Gabol, and other leaders Hunaid Lakhani, Jam Farooq, Sumair Mir Sheikh, Saifullah Abro and RazaqBajiwa, he said that he salutes the journalists of Sindh. He said like the Punjab government, the Sindh government should also announce a special package for them.
Haleem said in whole Sindh, the healthcare facilities are in shambles. There are no proper facilities even in government hospitals like JPMC and Civil Hospital Karachi and desperate patients are committing suicides be jumping from their roofs. He said instead of clean water, the people of Sindh are drinking gutter-mixed water.
There is acute water shortage from Karachi to Thar. Eighty percent of RO plants in Thar installed with a cost of over Rs7.5billion are faulty and in non-working condition. He said that Murad Ali Shah is just a puppet chief minister of Sindh, while the real power is vested his handlers. He said the provincial government of Sindh and its ministers are badly confused and clueless. He said Murad Ali Shah blamed that Tiger Force is a political force. He said social personalities are present in the Tiger Force. He said politically Murad Ali himself is in quarantine. He said Sindh government wants to pitch the police and Sindh police against one another.
He said more than 10000 FIRs were lodged against citizens for so-called violation of lockdown. He said there is another conspiracy behind the coronavirus. He said in whole world the governments were preparing to fight the virus, but the Sindh cabinet passed a subsidy of Rs2.5billion for captive energy project owners.
He said Rs4billion are giving as subsidy to sugar mills. He said these are projects of Omni Group. He said in Sindh tractor scheme has also been launched and contracts of Rs6billion are also given silently in the irrigation sector.