By: Adeel Alvi
SHIKARPUR :Dozens of complaints levelled against SEPECO, Irrigation, education, health , Muncipal committee Shikarpur, Scarp, and police.
Provincial Minister for Transport and mass transit Syed Awais Qadir Shah and special aide to chief Minister Sindh Hina Dastgeer held a open kachehri at Deputy Commissioner office Shikarpur today. Resolving the issue and complaints of participants provincial minister said that people of Sindh are suffered enormously by the absence and shortages of electricity in Sindh. Despite of paying heavy bills SEPECO provides electricity only six hour a day.He said that legislations will be made to curb the tribal clashes.
Before this people made complained against the worse situation in district. PPP taulka president luthier Liaquat Memon said that at least ten Moyer bike snatch is the order of the day . Journalist Zahid Noon said extra judicial killing will not help to maintain the law and order situation but the police station in kucha area must be restored. A villager Rizwan Jamali complained that due to tribal clashes education is wiped out from rural areas of Shikarpur. Medical superintendent civil Hospital Shikarpur Dr Nooruddin Abro , lllahi Bux Shaikh, trader Ravi Kumar said that SEPECO sends overcharged bill of electricity but provides electricity for few hours in a day. Medical superintendent said that in the absence of electricity no operations are carried out in hospital.
In open khachehri complaints were lodged against irrigation but no official has attended the event. On that provincial Minister took serious note and asked Deputy Commissioner Shikarpur to write a letter against the irrigation officials to the Sindh secretariat.participants in khuchehri raised the complaints against public health, education, health, scarp, and Muncipal Shikarpur.
PPP youth leader Faraz Ahmad Shaikh . PP general secretary Shikarpur Zulifqar kamaryo, Deputy Commissioner Shikarpur Kashif Nabi kuhro, SSP Tanweer Hussian Tanyo, officers of various departments and a considerable number of people participated in open kichehri.