The lockdown is not ending on Monday, Chief Minister Sindh
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has said that the lockdown will not end on Monday, there will be some more difficulties.
According to the report of News, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah while addressing a news conference said that we will enter the second phase of lockdown from Monday, the second phase of lockdown will have some more difficulties.
“Hospitals will be tightened further, some shops and markets will be allowed to open under SOPs, our lockdown will cover the coronavirus data,” he said.
Murad Ali Shah said that the health department of Sindh is running at 20% of its capacity, the testing capacity of the federal provinces should help in the improvement of the health department.
The Chief Minister requested the federation to provide soft loans to the shopkeepers and said that the shopkeepers would pay their salaries to the employees and run their expenses.
He said that the federation should provide financial assistance to low-income groups like BICP, Daily Wages, the federal government should take steps for food security and immediate spraying should be started to eradicate locusts.
Opposition leader Firdous Shamim Naqvi, responding to the Sindh Chief Minister’s press the conference, said that Murad Ali Shah was not giving up his tricks, he did not do what the Prime Minister had said.
Firdous Shamim Naqvi said that the Prime Minister opened the construction industry, the Chief Minister did not open it, Imran Khan said that the markets should be opened, the Chief Minister refused, Murad Ali Shah is bent on destroying the economy of Karachi.
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