KARACHI: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has hoped that Prime Minister Imran Khan will announce relief for the whole Sindh.
The chairman said that people in Sindh are facing severe difficulties after rains. “We hope that the federal government along with Sindh will provide relief to the people and the federation will take the province along with it on the issues of Karachi,” he maintained.
“After two years, the federal government seemed to be paying serious attention to Karachi,” Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said. Rains and floods caused severe damage in Sindh, according to him.
Bilawal said that cleaning only three drains will not clean Sindh. Long-term infrastructure projects in Karachi are needed, he added.
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Bilawal Bhutto said that at present the people of Pakistan are not aware of the difficulties in Sindh. He said that the people of the province were waiting to see how their problems could be alleviated.
He said that the visit of the Leader of the Opposition and the Army Chief to Karachi had sent a message of solidarity and the federal government was also taking the problems of Karachi seriously after two years. Bilawal demanded that K-Electric’s rates be reduced as aid was needed at the moment.
Bilawal Bhutto said that we hope that the federal government will help us in other districts of Sindh including Karachi. “Currently, we need immediate assistance for the flood victims, ” he added.