Monday, December 5

Day: September 25, 2022

YDA demands proper security to health professionals

Larkana: Young Doctors Association (YDA), has strongly condemned the physical assault of a duty doctor Junaid Raza Sandano at Casualty of Chandka Medical College Hospital (CMCH), Larkana, on Saturday. They said in a statement received on Sunday that the duty doctor monitored all vitals, advised required tests and started the management but the snake bite female patient did not survive. They said that more than 30 attendants who entered the casualty and doctors asked them to not to rush in casualty, only 1 or 2 attendants may stay here, on that attendants started attack on the duty doctor with sharp knife and weapon i-e attempt to murder as doctor was seriously injured, used abusive language, broke the furniture and government equipment and left without doctor advice, LAMA. They creat...

Durrani distributes relief goods among affectees

Karachi: Acting Governor Sindh, Agha Siraj Khan Durrani has said that the large-scale destruction caused by recent rain and floods in Sindh is a huge tragedy and we are trying to resolve the problems of the people, we will not leave the victims alone in this testing time. He expressed these views on the occasion of distribution of ration among the rain victims of Hindu Panchayat in Garhi Yasin. He said that we are helping everyone irrespective of their color and religion because this is humanity which is also the teaching of Islam. Agha Siraj Durrani further said that all public representatives including Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah are present in the field to help the victims, while a government representative, MPA or MNA have reached the victims. Acting Governor Sind...

Abu Samad Tunio villagers urge for ration and medical assistance

Larkana: The stagnant rainwater could not be drained out of the ancient village of Abu Samad Tunio located near Mohenjo Daro, despite passage of over one month, while more than one hundred houses have come under the rainwater. And 70% of the houses have been destroyed. PPI received complaints here on Sunday. The rainwater inside the houses and the dirty water of the drains have not been drained yet, while the affected villagers are sitting in their houses under the open sky. Worst affected are the small children, women and men who have been suffering from gastroenteritis and other diseases, but no medical camp has been set up by the health department while the elected representatives and the administration have completely disappeared, villagers alleged. Taufique Tunio, Tahir Tunio...

Dengue continues to haunt residents of Sindh, Punjab, and Islamabad

Karachi: The dengue situation in Karachi is going from bad to worse with each passing day as two people lost their lives from the disease on the same day taking the death tally to 32 in September. According to a report on Sunday, as many as 335 new cases have been reported in Sindh province during the last 24 hours and after which, the number of cases during this month has increased from 4963 to 7532. According to the break-up of fresh cases, 257 people have been affected by the dengue virus in Karachi, 50 in Hyderabad, and 17 in Mirpur Khans during the last 24 hours. Likewise, the spike in dengue cases in the twin city Rawalpindi-Islamabad showed no significant decline rather, these are witnessing a sharp surge in the cases. As many as 104 new cases of dengue have been reported in I...

One IDP dies at Larkana tent city

Larkana: One of the flood victims 55-year Saad ullah Chandio staying at tent city, established at Municipal Stadium died here on Sunday due to unavailability of required facilities. He was a resident of Kacho Bund of Warah and was displaced due to flash floods. His heirs complained to the media that there are neither facilities for food nor for medical treatment due to which an aged man died. They further said that it is heart-wrenching that the district administration did not even provide an ambulance to shift his body to his native village for burial which is unjust and against the norms of humanity. They urged the provincial and district governments to provide food and medical treatment facilities at the tent city.

Missing boy found dead in Swabi

Swabi: The body of a eight-year-old boy who went missing last night has been found in Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, police said Sunday. According to details, the body of an eight-year-old boy named Anas who went missing last night was reported, following which rescue officials found his body in fields in Mamo Banda Maneri Bala. According to the police, the missing boy was not mentally sound. Further investigations into the case was underway