KARACHI: Sind Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah in the wee hours of Monday visited Aga Khan Hospital Karachi and inquired about the health of those who injured in the Abbas Town blast in the city.
He visited different wards of the hospital, expressed sympathy with patients and directed doctors to provide full healthcare facilities and medicines to the injured men, women and children at government expenses.
The Sind chief minister had already announced the provision of treatment to blast injured at government expenses. The provincial health department has also been instructed to ensure it without any negligence.
Qaim was accompanied by Sind Assembly deputy speaker Shehla Raza, senior special assistant Rashid Rabbani, special assistant Waqar Mehdi and Commissioner Karachi Division Syed Hashim Raza Zaidi.