Chief Minister Sindh inaugurates Rescue Service 1122 for Karachi

Chief Minister Sindh inaugurates Rescue Service 1122 for Karachi

For Karachi, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah inaugurated Rescue Service 1122, the key of which was presented to the Chief Minister by the World Bank Director.

Addressing the inaugural function of the rescue service at the Sports Complex on behalf of the Sindh Disaster Management Authority, the Chief Minister said that we would make all the rescue services operational before the expiry of our term and establish rescue services across the province.

“When we went out on the public march, we saw the rescue service of Punjab which was performing very well and we hope that Punjab will also help us so that we too can provide such service to the people of our province,” he said. Provide

The Chief Minister further said that we have 230 ambulances, in the first phase ambulances will be provided to Karachi division, in the second phase ambulances will be run in other divisions and districts of the province.

The Chief Minister said that he was very happy with the launch of new ambulance service in Sindh. Establishment of state-of-the-art Rescue 1122 service is the first step towards development of Sindh.

He said that we have also given the scheme of Trauma Center in Sindh which will be completed as soon as possible.

Murad Ali Shah said that we are trying to establish rescue service at every 50 km distance on major highways of Sindh. Earlier we had a national highway but now good roads have been constructed to reach every district.

Talking about climate change, he said that Sindh has become the hottest due to climate change and April proved to be the hottest month.

“We have been facing severe drought since 2010 and at present due to severe water shortage, agriculture has also been severely affected,” he said.

He said that after the earthquake in 2015, the Sindh Assembly had enacted legislation on disaster management at the district level. Will do.

He said that Sindh province is facing climate change, natural calamities and other threats. In the last few years, many deaths have been reported due to natural calamities while epidemic diseases, heat wave, floods, drought, fire and explosions have been reported in the province. Happened

The Chief Minister Sindh said that the World Bank has provided assistance in our transportation problems, agriculture, natural calamities and projects in Karachi.

He said that the ambulance service would be further enhanced which would also include fire brigade and police emergency service.

He further said that there are many problems in Karachi, we have also solved the problems in rural areas, we have built a huge trauma center near Civil Hospital Karachi in which people from Balochistan also come.

He said that the province was facing increasing population, natural calamities and epidemics like Corona, adding that steps were being taken to ensure public safety in dealing with emergencies.

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