Water shortage in PIMS
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