110 Thar vil­lages to have med­i­cal camps

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

MITHI—Thar Deputy Com­mis­sioner Dr Shahzad Tahir Tha­heem on Satur­day said that the gov­ern­ment had pro­vided all ba­sic fa­cil­i­ties in­clud­ing health and drink­ing wa­ter to the en­tire Thar dis­trict and even to re­mote vil­lages. He said that bet­ter re­sults were com­ing af­ter pro­vid­ing med­i­cal mo­biles teams for pro­vi­sions of med­i­cal treat­ments.

The DC in­formed that med­i­cal camps would be es­tab­lished in dif­fer­ent vil­lages of taluka Di­plo in cur­rent month. Th­ese vil­lages are Tando Ni­azi, Pathar, Do­hanry, Ali Baun­der, Talo Jam and Sind­hoi Sakro. He said that med­i­cal camps set up in taluka Di­plo’s vil­lages also pro­vide med­i­cal fa­cil­i­ties to other vil­lages ad­join­ing taluka Di­plo.

The DC asked the vil­lagers liv­ing ad­join­ing vil­lages to avail med­i­cal fa­cil­i­ties from th­ese med­i­cal camps. He fur­ther said more than 110 vil­lages would be cov­ered by th­ese med­i­cal camps, while more med­i­cal camps will be or­ga­nized in more than other 70 vil­lages of taluka Di­plo.

It was ear­lier re­ported that free distri­bu­tion of wheat was con­tin­u­ing in a trans­par­ent man­ner in Tharparkar and 1,35,831 sacks of 100 kilo­gram have been dis­trib­uted among 2,71,662 fam­i­lies of the dis­trict. Ev­ery fam­ily was get­ting 50 kilo­grams of wheat un­der the re­lief distri­bu­tion pro­gram and re­main­ing houses would be pro­vided wheat soon, said a hand out is­sued by Sindh In­for-ma­tion De­part­ment.

The Sindh gov­ern­ment had not left peo­ple of Tharparkar alone in their hard time and they were pro­vided with free wheat as well as clean drink­ing wa­ter and health fa­cil­i­ties. Ef­forts were be­ing made to im­prove the sit­u­a­tion in the area.

Mean­while, it is re­ported that Deputy Com­mis­sioner Tharparkar, Dr. Shahzad Tha­heem, has said that med­i­cal camps would be ar­ranged in re­mote ar­eas of the dis­trict to pro­vide peo­ple of Thar bet­ter health care fa­cil­i­ties at their door step.

He was of the view that health sit­u­a­tion in the dis­trict was grad­u­ally im­prov­ing but still it re­quired col­lec­tive ef­forts from all stake­hold­ers to fur­ther im­prove the over­all sit­u­a­tion.—APP

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