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Sindh to build biggest Cardio Center in Korangi Karachi

Sindh to build biggest Cardio Center in Korangi Karachi

Construction of flyover in Gulistan-e-Johar has been completed, which will be inaugurated on March 23 – Murtaza Wahab


The spokesman of Sindh Government and Advisor to CM Sindh on Law, Barrister Murtaza Wahab announced on Friday that biggest treatment center for cardiovascular diseases is being established in Korangi and PPP chairman Bhutto Butto will lay its foundation stone.

Moreover, the construction of flyover in Gulistan-e-Johar has also been completed, which will be inaugurated on March 23, he said.

Barrister Wahab while talking to the media representatives at the Sindh Assembly media corner said that the Sindh Government took over NICVD in 2011, and now it has expanded to other cities of Sindh from Karachi.

“Earlier efforts were made not to let the Sindh Government take it over just to serve their negative politics,” he said.

Our promise to people to make the biggest cardio center is nearing its fulfillment as a 1200-bed hospital is being built in Korangi.

He further said that on March 23, the Chief Minister Sindh would inaugurate the flyover in Gulistan Johar. Meanwhile, the construction of a storm water drain in Pehlwan Goth is in full swing. The Chakiwara Road in Lyari has been completed.

He further said that the first public sector institution is being established in Gambit Institute of Medical Sciences, where lungs can be transplanted. This project will be inaugurated at the beginning of April. Recently, a woman came from America and benefited from free treatment in Gambit.

Murtaza Wahab informed that the Sindh Government would buy a Cyberknife facility worth 4.5 million dollars after which Jinnah Hospital will have three cyberknife facilities.

He said that work has started on Malir Expressway. Its first phase will be from Qayyumabad to Malir Bridge. “We aim to open it up to August 14 for the general public. National Highway and Super Highway Link Road will also be opened to the public in April.”

He said that 2660 megawatts of electricity from coal is being generated, which can be added to the national grid. The quality of our coal is good, and the electricity generated from it should be added to the national grid soon. A 1250 MW wind corridor generates electricity in Jhimpir to provide cheap electricity to the people.

Wahab said, “We have a constitutional stance regarding the census and don’t want any controversy arises in it.”

To a question, he said the Federal Government, not the Sindh Government, fixes the electricity tariff. “Yes, Sindh can generate cheap electricity”, he concluded. (PR)




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