Laments fed. govt. for not extending any help to Sindh govt. and the people in hard times of calamity
By GR Junejo
Mithi: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Tuesday appealed to the Supreme Court of Pakistan to help Sindh get released its due funds from the Federal government so that the provincial government can alleviate the sufferings of rain-affected people of the province.
Bilawal, who visited the areas of Mirpurkhas and Tharparkar, devastated by the recent torrential rains, inspected the Left Bank Outfall Drain and met the rain-affected people at a camp near Naukot, lamented that the federal government has not extended any help to Sindh government and the people in such hard times of calamity.
PPP Chairman assured the rain-affected people that his party government would however try its best to alleviate their sufferings from its own resources.
He also lashed at National Disaster Management Authority for neglecting Sindh and said the NDMA has accepted responsibility of cleaning only three drains in Karachi while the entire province is flooded by rainwater.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah accompanied PPP Chairman.