Larkana: The chief minister started his day from Sukkur and went directly to Ratodero on Thursday where he visited two relief camps, interacted with the affected people, and checked the stocks of medicines and their expiry. Shah was told by the affected people that there was a shortage of Panadol and Chloroquine tablets.
The CM said that he has already approached different agencies to provide medicines for the treatment of malaria, and diarrhea.
Shah went to Miro Khan where he visited a mega tent city and met with the people living there. Comparatively the dwellers of the city were living in better conditions. Their buffalos were enjoying baths in the pond situated along the camp, a motor was installed where children were taking baths, and the ration was provided to them, therefore, they were cooking their food.
Shah while going to Larkana met with affected people living along the road. A baby girl was born there, and the elder lady of the family was making tea on the mud stove. Shah congratulated them on the birth of the baby girl clad in a new dress and wrapped in a white piece of cloth. Shah sat with them, heard their sorrows, and had a cup of tea with them.
On the way to Larkana, Shah visited a Basic Health Unit at Beero Chandio, an M and C unit and a Taluka Hospital Dokri.
In the Larkana district, the chief minister visited a relief camp at Arija where a lady was chopping onions and potatoes after marinating fish for dinner. The chief minister, in a lighter mood, interacted with the lady and asked her to get it ready within half an hour so that he could have the delicious fish with them.
The lady said it would be an honor to have food with the chief minister and she offered to prepare a roti of rice flour mostly eaten in Larkana or the rice canal region. The chief minister thanked her and vowed to send her back to her home shortly.
The chief minister during his visit to Larkana and Qambar-Shahdadkot districts accompanied locally elected representatives with him.