Karachi, April 28, 2015 (PPI-OT): Former President of Pakistan and Co-chairman Pakistan People Party Asif Zardari has directed the Sindh government to improve municipal, health services and education standard. “I want to see a clean, healthy and wealthy province.”
This he said while presiding over a meeting here at CM House today. The meeting was attended by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, senior Minister for Education Nisar Khuhro, Minister for Information and Local bodies Sharjeel Memon, Minister for Health Jam Mehtab Dahar, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Dr Sikander Mendhro, Chief Secretary Siddique Memon and other senior officers.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah briefed the PPP chief about the performance of his government. “law and order has improved. All the major cases have been worked out. “Presently, not a single person in Karachi or anywhere is kidnapped,” he said.
The chief minister talking about the education department said that over 4000 closed schools have been made functional by providing them teaching and non-teaching staff. “We have given special attention on girl education. This would strengthen women empowerment in the province and it was the dream of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto,” he stated.
The chief minister also told the PPP chief that he had visited Tharparkar more than 10 times. “The Mithi hospital and the hospitals of different talukas of Tharparkar have been equipped with necessary gadgets. In the history of the Thar such facilities have never been provided there but it is the PPP which has served the people of Thar and this service would continue,” chief minister said.
PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari directed the chief minister Sindh to take necessary measures to improve municipal and health services. “You have to provide healthy atmosphere to the people of Sindh by improving municipal services and like-wise health services are required to be improved. The patients must be provided medicines and lab test in government hospitals free of cost,” he said.
Mr Zardari further advised the chief minister to give special attention to education department so that not a single child might remain out of schools. He also urged the Sindh government to ensure quality of development schemes. The uplift schemes launched in Sindh must be completed in time so that their benefits could be passed to the people of Sindh.
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