Water short­age in PIMS

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - SANA KHAN

The largest hos­pi­tal of the Fed­eral cap­i­tal Islamabad is fac­ing water short­age, end­ing up in se­vere plight of the pa­tients. Many prom­ises had been made to re­dress this is­sue but the con­di­tion is get­ting from bad to worse with ev­ery pass­ing day. It is hard for the doc­tors to treat pa­tients with­out water. It is height of the ap­a­thy of the hos­pi­tal man­age­ment and that of the CDA, that have failed to pro­vide the ba­sic fa­cil­ity of drink­ing water to the hos­pi­tal.

The tube wells are not cater­ing for the need of the pa­tients, doc­tors, lab­o­ra­to­ries and op­er­a­tion the­atres. I would like to re­quest the con­cerned au­thor­i­ties to con­vince the CDA peo­ple, to spare at least the pa­tients, and pro­vide water in the name of hu­man­ity. This is the state of af­fairs pre­vail­ing in the largest hos­pi­tal of Islamabad, what to talk of the poor res­i­dents of Islamabad. Will the Min­is­ter for Cap­i­tal Ad­min­is­tra­tion spare some mo­ments to go deep into the af­fairs and pri­or­i­ties of the CDA of­fi­cers, and or­der greater co­or­di­na­tion be­tween PIMS and CDA. —Via email

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