Govt takes steps to set up hospital for Bengali fishermen

Maajid Chaudhary 
KARACHI: Sindh  Labour, Human Resources, Transport, Mass Transit and Information Minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah has said that the government of Sindh is taking concrete steps for establishing hospital for Bengalis Fishermen to provide basic health facilities to them, besides all their genuine needs and issue of care would be resolved on priority, through a committee at district level.  
This was stated by him while addressing at public gathering organized by the PPP, Pakistan Bengalis Action Committee, held at Muhammadi (Machar) Colony here this evening.
The Minister for Labour Syed Nasir Hussain Shah said that under the directives of Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, they priority would be given to all basic needs/facilities because they are our Sindhi, Bengali and Pakistani brothers, no difference between both of us.
Their CNIC after verification would be made after setup a committee at district level to resolve their genuine issue besides education, health and other facilities would be provided to them as an utmost priority.
He said that Shaikh Feroze will be the member of the committee to resolve the issue for NADRA authorities. Electricity would also be provided to them if they pay bills regularly and K-Electric would be asked to do justice with poor fishermen Bengalis, with all other interest-free loan and financial support and development works would also be extended to them.
Sheikh M. Feroze, President PPP Pakistan Bengalis Action Committee, Abdul Bur, Chairman Fishermen Cooperative Society, Vice Chairman Abuzar Mariwala, Maulana Rafique ul Hussaini, Naeem Shaikh Allauddin were also spoke at appointed the grievances and problem faced by the
Bengalis fishermen including educational, health and CNIC problems in the area.