CM Sindh laments ‘lack of response’ from federal govt over census
KARACHI: While expressing concerns over ongoing sixth population and housing census 2017, Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah on Wednesday said that he received no response of his letter written to federal government in this regard.
“I want census authorities to count each and every individual otherwise huge number of complaints from the masses are expected for being uncounted in near future”, the chief minister said while talking to media persons after unveiling the plaque of positron emission tomography (PET), computed tomography (CT) scanner service, at Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation Mehrunissa Medical Complex in Korangi.
He was accompanied by Health Minister Dr Sikandar Mandhro, Education Minister Jam Khan Shoro and Health Secretary Fazlullah Pechuho among others on the occasion.
Earlier, addressing the unveiling ceremony of PET-CT Scanner, the chief minister said that Dr. Adibul Hassan Rizvi was doing great job while expressing support and confidence in his project.
“Provincial government has already declared a health emergency in the province but I am sure I will succeed countering health issues with collaboration of people like Legendary Prof Adibul Hassan Rizvi”, he added.
Moreover, he said that the PET-CT scanner project was being established against cost of Rs 80 million while another 10 projects were to be established in all over Sindh.