KARACHI: Responding to Bilawal’s briefing, PTI Vice President and parliamentary party leader in Sindh Assembly, Haleem Adil Sheikh, said Bilawal was misleading people and spreading hatred against the Federation.
He said the press conference of Bilawal Zardari was “nothing but a pack of lies and allegations against the Federation”, according to a PTI statement.
He said Bilawal should have thought twice before terming the premier’s visit to Larkana “a political visit”.
He said the visits were aimed at giving Rs60 billion to five million needy people under the Ehsaas Cash Emergency Programme.
He said Rs2.2billion were being given to 115,000 people in Larkana alone.
Adil said that meanwhile the PPP government had given the people of Larkana “a gift of AIDS and dog bites”. He claimed the provincial government has even failed to supply dog bite vaccines to government hospitals.
He claimed that no healthcare or education facilities were given to the people there and Bilawal “is now talking about the NFC and PFC awards”.
The PTI leader said the Karachi hospitals were handed over on the order of the Supreme Court of Pakistan and Bilawal was only spreading hatred by terming it an ”attack” on Sindh.
He said PPP government was not able to run even Taluka level hospitals that are now given to NGOs, and Bilawal should tell us “how his inept government would run these big hospitals”.
Talking about a letter by the Sindh government about refusing to hand over the three hospitals, Adil said that provincial health minister demands to pay back expenditure of 10 years on these hospitals.
He appealed to the prime minister to order a forensic audit of the expenditures of these 10 years.
Adil also said that the Centre was running these hospitals before the 18th Amendment. He accused the Sindh government of corruption of billions of rupees in the three hospitals.