PTI leader lashes out on Sindh govt over health issues

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Observer Report

PTI Leader and MPADr Imran Shah has criticized the Sindh government on the recently budget.
He termed the budget as a fraud and said that this is the third failed and flawed budget presented by the Sindh government.
“Sindh government has no successful schemes, people are fooled by the budgets presented by PPP government.
Health budget has been raised to 132 billion from 114 billion. Six months before, new tiles and fans were installed in Lyari General Hospital, while there are no medicines available in Lyari General Hospital and Civil Hospital. In Civil Hospital, COVID testing is not operational for 24 hours”
He lashed out on the Sindh government over NIPA hospital.
He added that the NIPA Hospital project comprising of 400 beds was launched in 2009 which was due to compete in 2012 with an allocated budget of 436 million. More and more money is being dumped in there but this hospital isn’t completed till yet. The government launches project on Benazir Bhutto’s name but they fail to get completed.
“A project of Urology and Transplantation was launched in Shaheed Benaziraabad in 2010, 741 million has been spent in these 10 years but the project is yet to complete.