Spokesperson Sindh Government Senator Murtaza Wahab has criticized the ruling Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) terming it to be virus to the country.
Adviser to Chief Minister of Sindh on Law, Anti-Corruption Establishment, and Information Murtaza Wahab on Tuesday said that the overall situation in Sindh had started deteriorating when the ‘PTI virus’ spread across the province. “PTI leaders come on television to tell tall tales and then vanish,” Wahab told the media at a press conference in Karachi on Tuesday afternoon. “The biggest issue for Pakistan at the moment is coronavirus,” he said. Murtaza Wahab said that the PTI leaders had never read a book about the budget. “Then they ask about the budget. These days they are concerned about health,” he added.
“They ask about the budget but they do not know that the budget is divided into two parts,” Wahab noted. “Half of the budget is for development and the other half is non-development,” he said. With regards to health related issues, Wahab said that government hospitals in Sindh treated patients for free. “Around 20-24 major operations are carried out everyday. The Sindh government, and the public-private partnership, bear the cost for these expenses,” he said.