Sheikh concerns on Gadap drought

Karachi: Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid e Azam (Q-League) Sindh chapter president Haleem Adil Sheikh has expressed concern on lakc of basic facilities, including potable water and hospitals in Gadap Town of Karachi.

He along with a team of the Pakistan Relief Foundation visited the area and held medical camps and distributed relief goods among families of Goth Kund Jhang and Moidaan.

Sheikh said that the situation in Gadap is like Tharparkar and Kohistan. He said that drought like situation has created issues for people living near Karachi but public representatives are in deep slumber.

Sindh government should immediately set up medical teams to these areas and provide these areas with potable water, he demanded.

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