Sindh hospitals to get 200 dialysis machines
KARACHI: The government will provide 200 dialysis machines to hospitals all over Sindh on a on an emergency basis, according to Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah.
Shah said this while presiding over different meetings of provincial ADP schemes launched in the districts of Nawabshah and Sukkur divisions at New Secretariat.
There were 68 schemes launched by 10 different departments in Sanghar. The total cost of these schemes is Rs3386.247 million against which Rs3671.433 million has been released, while the utilisation is around Rs2525.5 million, it was said in the meeting.
The departments which have launched schemes include: Education Department which has launched seven schemes, health, industries and law departments have launched one separately, irrigation 10, local government nine (eight of roads and one of health), public health engineering 14, rural development four, and works department 17.
Murad Ali Shah said that he has identified 13 on-going schemes which have been provided full funds so that they could be completed by the end of June 2017. In Naushehroferoze district, 11 different departments have launched 75 schemes of Rs6138.44 million against which Rs1856.731 million have been released while the expenditures are Rs1365.249 million.
The meetings were attended by Provincial Ministers, Mir Hazar Khgan Bijarani, Dr Sikandar Mndhro, Jam Mehtab Jahar, Jam Khan Shoro, Imdad Pitafi and Fazay Butt, Planning and Development Chairman M Waseem, Principal Secretary Sohail Rajput, Senator Aajiz Dhamrha, MNAs Shazia Marri and the secretaries of different departments.