Sindh praises Centre for not resuming int’l flights from April 5


Sindh Minister for Information, Local Government, Housing and Town Planning, Religious Affairs, Forest and Wildlife Syed Nasir Hussain Shah has said that the federal government had taken wise decision to not to resume the international flight operation from April 5.
He said that the resumption of flights from April 5 could had been too early. He said that only time and situation would decide when to resume these flight operations. Earlier, while reacting to the decision of the federal government, Nasir Shah in his tweet called the decision taken by the federal government to resume the international flights from April 5, unwise.
The minister said that it was too early to decide about the resumption of international flights. He said that in these testing times of the history of the county, all the provincial governments were adopting those drastic measures which they had never taken before.
Nasir Shah said that the federal government should first take into confidence all the provincial governments before taking any such decision like the resumption of international flights. Provincial Minister for Information since the cases of Caronavirus were emerging from all over the country, therefore, a unanimous health advisory should be issued for every province.
In a statement on Sunday Nasir Shah said, “We can fight against the spread of Coronavirus more effectively, if we are together”, he said.
Meanwhile, he said that Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah while presiding over the 32nd meeting of the task force on Coronavirus had instructed that while delivering the ration as well as the cash first and far most priority must be given to the families of daily wagers.
The misister said that the Sindh government was devising a mechanism through which the families of these daily wagers would be approached without any difficulty.
Nasir Hussain Shah said that in this regard a relief initiative app had also been developed and through this app it had also been suggested that all the daily wagers could be registered on this app through their computer National Identification Cards.

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