PTI MNA urges PPP to resolve infrastructure, garbage issues


Staff Reporter
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Member National Assembly Ramesh Kumar has urged the
leaders of Pakistan People’s Party to resolve the irrigation, road infrastructure and garbage issues of
rural and urban areas of Sindh. Addressing issues of the people of their respective Constituencies were
the responsibility of the PPP governmentin Sindh and they should focus on improving situation there, he
stated while speaking in aTV news channel programe.The hospitals in Sindh did not have any vaccination
of dog biting while the irrigation system was not up to the mark, he added. The police system in Khyber
Pakhtunkhawa and Sindh was much better than other parts of the country, he claimed. In reply to a
question, he suggested the Opposition to avoid criticizing the positive working of incumbent
government. Ramesh Kumar said that reciprocal respect and unity would help address the problems of
the common man.The PPP, he said had the art to project the works done by its government in the past
but in fact, the provincial government run by PPP did not have any major progress to show to the
people.The MNA said that Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI), should highlight the projects like "Ahsas"
programe, health card facility for poor families, and "Kamyab Jawan" schemes for uplifting youth of the
country. He admitted that existing system had some weaknesses.He underlined the need for collective
efforts and unity to improve the situation in all sectors.