Sharjeel urges precautionary measure during heat wave



Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon in view of heat wave alert has advised citizens to adopt precautionary measure. In a statement on Saturday, he said that Sindh province will be in the grip of heatwave till May 2. Therefore, citizens should avoid leaving their homes unnecessarily. He added that special care should be taken of senior citizens and children.

The minister said that the Sindh government has already directed all the district administrations to make arrangements and allocate special wards in hospitals and health centers for those affected by heatwave. Sharjeel Memon urged the school administrations to take necessary steps to protect young children from heatstroke.

He said that citizens should consume water to keep their bodies hydrated to avoid heatstroke and cover their heads with a wet cloth while going out.  Sharjeel Memon has appealed to the media to broadcast special messages for public awareness about heat wave and heatstroke.Meanwhile, Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon has congratulated Hamza Shahbaz on taking oath as Punjab Chief Minister. In his statement, he also congratulated Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, PML-N leadership and workers on the completion of democratic process in Punjab. Sharjeel Inam Memon said that Imran Niazi was trying hard to create obstacles in the way of democratic process, but he could not succeed.

He added that Niazi and his associates have crossed all boundaries to create crisis and chaos in the country as these people consider themselves above law, constitution and ethics. They consider the constitution as a piece of paper and even do not care about the decisions of the superior courts. Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon said that it was unfortunate that the decisions of Parliament were being taken by the courts.

He was of view that cases should be registered against them for violating the constitution under relevant articles.

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