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Sea-view incident , MQM sets up medical camp

 Sea-view incident , MQM sets up medical camp
 Posted on: 8/1/2014 1
Deputy Convener MQM Coordination Committee Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui has said that Sea-view incident was mere negligence and there should be appropriate investigation to stop such incidents in future.
Talking to the media person at free-medical camp setup at Sea-view, the Deputy Convener said the families of the unfortunate victims should be compensated. He said the drown incident at Sea-view was the national tragedy and everyone should feel his responsibilities accordingly.
Meanwhile, MQM has setup a free-medical camp at Sea-view to provide immediate medical assistance to any unfortunate victim. He deeply condoled to the bereaved families of the victims and said that despite doing politics on the issue, the reason of the incident should be found out.
Dr Siddiqui said that MQM Chief Altaf Hussain directed to visit victims’ homes to condole their families on the unfortunate incident. He said that Governor Sindh was also taken on board on the issue to provide appropriate relief.
Members Coordination Committee Rashid Godel, Aslam Afridi, MNAs, MPAs and MQM workers were also present on the occasion. Talking to the media persons at free-medical camp MNA Rashid Godel said that doctors, paramedical staff of MQM Medical Aid Committee and KKF volunteers already initiated relief works.
The free-medical camp was not only providing the medical facilities but also providing information regarding the drown victims. He said that although the government has promulgated the Section-144 but there was no appropriate security measures were taken to prevent people to enter into the sea.

10/22/2016 3:56:36 AM