Sindh govt to spend Rs1 billion for revival of PSM oxygen plant: Murad Ali Shah

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Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah. Photo: File

KARACHI: As the nation battles a harmful third wave of the coronavirus, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah introduced that his authorities would “intervene” to operationalise the oxygen vegetation put in on the Pakistan Steel Mill at the price of Rs1 billion.

“We are passing through a very serious situation; therefore, we have to be prepared to face any emergency,” stated CM Murad whereas talking to main medical doctors on the CM House on Tuesday.

The CM advised the well being officers that the brand new wave of has badly affected main cities of Pakistan.

“We are also facing its severity and trying to take measures to control the situation,” stated Murad. The CM had met the medical doctors to evaluate the coronavirus state of affairs and implement the suggestions to include the pandemic.

During the assembly, the medical doctors appealed to the CM to make vital preparations for the manufacturing of oxygen.

“When timely oxygen is given to a patient, his chances to go to a ventilator is reduced,” stated Dr Qaiser Sajjad and urged the provincial authorities to take vital measures to operationalise oxygen vegetation of Pakistan Steel Mills.

The chief minister stated {that a} workforce of the federal authorities had visited the Pakistan Steel Mill plant and reported that it couldn’t be revived.

“We held a meeting with the people of Pakistan Steel Mills and they told us that it could be revived within three months at a cost of Rs1 billion,” stated the CM and warranted the medical doctors that he would ship his knowledgeable workforce to go to the plant see if it was price reviving.

The assembly was attended by provincial ministers, Dr Azra Pechuho, Nasir Shah, provincial authorities spokesperson Murtaza Wahab, Chief Secretary Mumtaz Shah, PSCM Sajid Jamal Abro, VC Dow Dr Saeed Qureshi, Dr Bari, Dr Faisal, Dr Shehla Baqi, Jinnah Hospital Executive Director Dr Seemin Jamali, Dr Nusrat Shah, Dr Raqiq Khokhar, Dr Qaiser Sajjad, Dr Ghaffar Shoro, Dr Sharif Hashmi, Dr Qazi Wasiq, Dr Anoop, Dr Faisal Mahmood, Dr Sabir Memon, Dr Abdul Bari and others.

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