Probing situation in Tharparkar, CM Sindh constitutes 2-member JC
KARACHI: Taking serious notice of situation in Tharparkar, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has constituted a two-member Judicial Commission to probe into overall situation in the district.
Qaim Ali Shah on Sunday said that taking serious view of the situation in Tharparkar, the provincial government had taken practical measures for poverty alleviation in the district.
He said, “I have improved health service, up-graded BHUs, dispensaries and taluka hospitals by providing them equipments, and have doubled the budget of medicines even then the media reports say that infant deaths are on the rise which is disturbing for me.”
The CM Sindh directed Chief Secretary Siddique Memon to constitute a Judicial Commission under Justice (R) Ghulam Sarwar Korai and retired District & Session Judge Arjun Ram as member to probe overall situation prevailing in Tharparkar.
The commission would probe into the deaths of children, impact of government measure taken so far and suggest further requirements, if any and also point out any shortfall in the implementation of government efforts/policy within 15 days. The commission would start its work from Monday so that it could complete the probe within the stipulated time.