KARACHI – Sheikh Rashid’s controversial statement about Sindh residents regarding the closure of ID cards in Karachi’s own city is a linguistic difference. The federal government should heed Rashid’s controversial statements and apologize for his remarks being unacceptable to the Sindh people.
This was requested by Sindh government spokesman and Legal Counsel Murtaza Wahab in a statement on Monday responding to Rashid’s controversial press conference. Rashid’s remarks were a heinous attempt to ignite the flames of local residents’ linguistic discrimination and VAW issues.
Talk of banning the identity cards of the Sindhi people who live for centuries is a stigma for the federal government and the Indus Valley people will not tolerate the tyranny of the elected rulers, Wahad said in a statement.
He also said that if the people of Lahore questioned Sheikh Rasyid’s identity card, what would happen? And Sheikh Rashid, oblivious to the basic reality, pursued the agenda of the mana powers. He added that the PPP representing the Indus Valley would not tolerate unreasonable things because the elected authorities were now questioning the identity documents of the local population.
KMC Gizri Hospital
almost free facilities’
Sindh Government Spokesperson and Legal Advisor, Environment & Coastal Development Lawyers Murtaza Wahab said they would not waste their energy serving the community and doing their best to provide health facilities to the community.
He informed in a simple event the administration of drugs to the management of the KMC Hospital, Gizri Hospital. “Support to our friends has given us today to provide medicines in this hospital and it is commendable and the OPD cost at KMC Hospital is only Rs20 where also provided free medicines and maternity costs, including medicines only Rs500 which is only Rs. is a cost. living in the current era of inflation, “he said.
He added, KMC Gizri Hospital presents a modern type of private hospital where all the facilities are almost free. “The PPP manifesto must serve the community and provide health, employment and education facilities,” he said.