Latifabad gets modern facilities

September 15, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Governor Sindh Dr Ishratul Ibad Khan has said that new development schemes have been started for uplift of Latifabad, Hyderabad through the special founds.

He said this in a ceremony held in Governor House for providing fire brigade and two ambulances equipped with advanced technology to Bhittai Hospital situated in Latifabad, Hyderabad. The keys of the vehicles were given to the hospital administration.

In the ceremony, member of Rabita committee Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, Health Minister Sindh Dr Sagheer Ahmed, elected members of national and provincial assemblies from Hyderabad, administrators of Bhittai Hospital, MS and other officers were present.

Dr Ibad said people living in Latifabad are educated and eager to study and to facilitate them a library has been established there where they could study on different topics and get knowledge. This library will also research papers, articles, books and it is equipped with computers, fax machines, printers and internet connection.

Governor Sindh said two fire brigade costing Rs 20 million with modern equipments, advanced ambulances costing Rs 1.6 millions with ventilators, two jetting machines with Rs 20 million, advanced library built with a cost of Rs 20 million and a high school in Latifabad Number 10 are some of the examples of development steps taken for the area.

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