PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari inaugurated on Saturday the first government-run bone marrow transplant center at Dow University’s Ojha campus in Karachi.
The PPP chief said that health infrastructure in Sindh is weak and there is a need to improve it.
He said that the Sindh government is working for the welfare of people. Improvements at the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre and the establishment of a cyberknife centre are big achievements of the government, he added.
We want to work but the federal government is not giving us funds, Bilawal claimed, adding that they intend to provide free of charge health facilities to poor people under public private partnership and with the help of NGOs.
The PPP chairperson criticised the government for the economic crisis in the country and said it should have gone to the IMF earlier.
Bilawal said that there is a need to eradicate extremism and terrorism to save the future of this country, alleging that ministers in the federal cabinet have ties to terrorist groups.