Sindh government lacks resources to build a large hospital in Sehwan: Murad Ali Shah
Karachi: The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah on Monday, during assembly session, said that the Sindh government does not have sufficient resources to build a large capacity hospital in Sehwan.
Shah was briefing the Sindh Assembly on the suicide attack of February 16 which hit the shrine of sufi saint Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalanadar, Sehwan.
CM admitted flaws in security and said that sufficient security measure were not present at the place; he added, “We should have improved security measures after the blast at Shah Noorani shrine in Khuzdar.”
He also said that several CCTV cameras were also not operational; still the suicide bomber and his facilitators have been identified through other CCTV cameras.
He stated that the bomber did not belong to Sindh, adding, NADRA has been contacted to identify three facilitators.
CM said that the matter is under investigation that why power outage at the time of “dhammal” was observed, even though the dues were already cleared by shrine administration.
Murad Ali Shah also said that under such situation people should show their help and support instead of criticising the government. He said that such a large scale incident could occur in Karachi but last night such effort ware foiled as terrorist were killed and large amount of weapons and explosive materials were recovered from them.