Karachi (HRNW)- Paying rich tributes to healthcare professionals, Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) Vice President and parliamentary party leader in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh said they are our frontline soldiers in the battle against corona virus and whole nation is thankful to them.
In a statement here Sunday, he said our brave doctors, nurses and paramedics are discharging their duties bravely, putting their own lives in risk. He said this is a pandemic and no government can overcome it without active help and cooperation of whole nation. He said we have to show our unity as a nation to fight this challenge. He said this is not a time for political point scoring.
Haleem Adil said our Captain is work hard and taking practical steps to meet this challenge. He said we will support the government of Sindh in its every step to check the onslaught of this virus in the province. He said as an opposition party in Sindh we will fully support the provincial government. He said the federal government is also fully backing and supporting Sindh. He said Prime Minister Imran Khan is the Prime Minister of whole country and nation. He said PTI workers and leaders are with the masses and they are playing their role in raising awareness against this disease.
He said we will not indulge in any politics at this trying and testing time, in fact we have kept our politics in quarantine. He said we will have to take even strict actions and people may have to face some difficulties. He said we have to face the situation bravely. He said we also pray Allah, the Almighty, to save the nation and country from this disease.
He said the federal and provincial governments are taking steps to assist daily-wagers. He said well-to-do people and philanthropists should also come forward for this noble cause of helping working class people and daily wagers. He appealed the masses to restrict themselves to their homes and take full precautionary steps. He said the people of China had also given sacrifices and restricted them to their homes to overcome this challenge. He said the federal government is issuing funds to provinces without any discrimination. He said the federal government is utilizing $40million funds of the World Bank to face this challenge.