By: Sawan Khaskheli
BADIN: The efforts and tangible initiatives are being taken to facilitate citizens and overwhelm their issues in district Badin including illegal encroachment, traffic hazards, pure drinking water, cleanliness, adequate health facilities in Indus hospital Badin and others.
These views were expressed by Deputy Commissioner Badin, Syed Aijaz Ali Shah along with Assistant Commissioner Badin, Mohammaf Younis Rind talking with delegation of Badin Press Club and Awain-e-sahafat Badin led by President Badin Press Club, Tanveer Ahmed Arain, General Secretary, Hameed Soomro, Sawan Khaskheli, Chief Patron of Awain-e-sahafat Badin, Muhammad Hashim Bhurgari, Ghulam Mustafa Jamali, Haroon Gopang and others.
Deputy Commissioner Badin said journalists were aware about the issues citizens were facing. Mr Shah said print and electronic media must point out those issues to be resolved for welfare of citizens. DC Badin said he has directed to scrutinize those alleged bogus and fake domiciles and if any one found fake to be cancelled while involved would be treated legally.
Mr. Shah said soon anti encroachment drive to be launched and for such survey was underway while rickshaws would be facilitate alternate spots to reduce the hurdles commuters and vehicle owners were sustaining. He said efforts were taken to restore health facilities in City OPD and civil hospital and Indus hospital Badin. Mr. Shah said initiatives were being taken to maintain filter plants.
On this occasion office bearers and senior journalists of Badin Press Club and Awain-e-sahafat including Dodo Panhwar, Abdul Majeed Mallah, Arsalan Arain, Nusrat Jafferi, Aijaz Hanif Zai, Younis Bakari, Ashraf Abdullah Memon, Ali Muhammad Shahani and District Information officer Sarfraz Samoon were also