Miro Khan Town

Miro Khan Town faces a number of civic problems

Public Opinion
Miro Khan Town
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Miro Khan town of Qambar Shahdadkot district is faced with a number of civic issues like water supply and sewerage system but the MPA of this area has neglected it. In view of his poor performance, the people will not vote him again

Public Opinion

Miro Khan is one of the oldest taluka (administrative or revenue subdivision) situated in Qambar Shahdadkot District (Previously Larkana District) of Sindh province. It was established in 1915 and was considered to be the largest taluka by area before the bifurcation of the Larkana district into Larkana and Qambar-Shahdadkot districts, and its own division into Mirokhan and Sijawal tehsils.

The Miro Khan is situated about 55 km away from the Indus valley’s most famous site Mohen-jo-Daro, and 27 km from Larkana. The town is connected by road directly to Qambar, Sijawal Junejo, Shahdadkot, Ratodero and Larkana.

But despite being a very old part of Sindh, the town faces a lot of problems.

The Miro Khan has no any public park, where the citizens can go and enjoy the time in a healthy atmosphere. The town has no bus stand and NADRA office. If we talk about Degree College at Miro Khan, it is in dilapidated condition as the walls of college are destroyed and there isn’t any facility. Drainage system of Miro Khan is not up to the mark as roads of town are flooded with sewerage water. The people of this town are also facing the issue of water supply.

The MPA of Miro Khan is Ghanwar Khan Isran who is neither active in working for the town nor deserves to be MPA. He hasn’t given any performance since his election. The people of this area were expecting so much from him but result isn’t satisfying. We people of Miro Khan want MPA to show the results otherwise we won’t give him vote in the next election.

Abdul Sattar Tunio

Miro Khan, Sindh