KARACHI: Shortage of food has been reported in several quarantine centres in different districts of Sindh amid claims of provincial government of fulfilling the needs of suspected patients.
According to details, Police started baton charge on hundreds of ration-seekers gathered outside the DC office in Korangi district of Karachi. Thousands of people gathered in Ibrahim Haidari to collect rations being distributed by Sindh Rangers.
Relevant sources claimed that people started protests at quarantine centres in Sukkur due to a shortage of food. The crowd demanded food but were told that food will be available only after test samples are taken from them. This lead to outrage among the people and they began to attack the medical staff.
Sukkur police tried to resolve the matter but the rage among the people could not be controlled. The crowd continued to demand food. People present in these quarantine centres of Sindh have appealed to Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and Information advisor Nasir Hussain Shah to instruct the district administration and the forces to resolve the food shortage concern.