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Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Murad Ali Shah who has been consistently working hard along with his team to tackle the spread of deadly coronavirus across the province seems to be unhappy and in massive apprehension since yesterday.
Reliable sources told ‘The News Vision’ that provincial chief minister is extremely downhearted because of the rising positive cases of COVID-19 in Sindh and due to the irresponsible behavior of the citizens during the lockdown.
As the general public seems to be highly reluctant in following the directives of the government for staying at their homes, subsequently, Murad Ali Shah is now looking ahead to make the lockdown restrictions much strict than before.
The official Twitter handle of the chief minister house of Sindh also posted an important video message of Sindh CM he cited some figures showing that 20 per cent of tests conducted during the last 24 hours have come out positive for COVID-19 and this is the “highest average all around the globe”.
Sindh CM Syed Murad Ali Shah says 20% Coronavirus cases have increased …… pic.twitter.com/ZBiek95f9O
— CMHouseSindh (@SindhCMHouse) April 11, 2020
“The condition is alarming, now we have a total of 1,318 cases in the province with 28 deaths so far,” CM Murad added.
“Six people lost their lives due to coronavirus in the last 24 hours in Sindh,” he said further.
Following to the video message of Murad Ali Shah regarding turning lockdown into much severe form, Karachi District East deputy commissioner’s office issued a notification where he directed the concerned officials to seal 11 UCs:
- UC-6 Gillani Railways
- UC-7 Dalmia
- UC-8 Jamali Colony
- UC-9 Gulshan II
- UC-10 Pehalwan Goth
- UC-12 Gulzar-e-Hijri
- UC-13 Safora
- UC-14 Faisal Cantt
- UC-2 Manzoor Colony
- UC-9 Jacob Line
- UC-10 Jamshed Quarters