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Sheikh Rashid Ahmed targets Shehbaz Sharif on his return to Pakistan


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

21st Apr, 2020. 12:20 pm
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Sheikh Rashid Ahmed

Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, Federal Minister for Railways said Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif returned with a dream to rule Pakistan, not due to novel coronavirus.

According to the details, the federal minister of Railways Sheikh Rashid Ahmed talked to media in Rawalpindi on Tuesday.

He stressed that a unanimous strategy required under the current circumstances.

However He said “I have suggested Prime Minister Imran Khan to settle affairs with all parties and get united as it is not the time to do politics.”

Sheikh Rashid Ahmed about limiting trains

Furthermore he said “Pakistan Railways will run limited trains by maintaining distance between passengers and keeping them in isolation from April 25 or May 1.

“Pakistan Railways possesses six ventilators. The British had made emergency coaches hundred years ago and we shall soon provide railway hospital to other parts of the country.

“The railways employees donated Rs 50.1 million to the coronavirus fund. I urge the Sindh government to release the violators of Section 144.”

On the other hand The total number of confirmed cases of novel coronavirus cases in Pakistan has passed 9000 with the death tally of 192.

As per details, The total number of confirmed cases of novel coronavirus cases in Pakistan surged to 9216 with the death tally of 192.

Cases in:

Sindh: 2764

Punjab: 4195

Balochistan: 465

Islamabad: 185

Gilgit-Baltistan: 281

AJK: 50

Balochistan Lockdown

The Balochistan government has extended the lockdown in the province till May 5, said a notification shared by the provincial government.

The notification stated that restrictions imposed earlier will continue till May 5. The inter-city and inter-district transport will continue to remain suspended and a ban in public gatherings of more than 10 people will continue in the province.

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