KARACHI: Governer Sindh Imran Ismail spoke to media about dog bites causing rampage in the city and the Prime Minister’s message for Sindh’s people.
“The PM is very concerned about the people of Sindh,” said the Governer.
He spoke in regards to Haider, a kid who got bitten by a dog and requires medical attention immediately. The Governor said he was especially sent by the PM to provide any means necessary to help save the child.
“Wherever this kid needs aid, even outside Jinnah Hospital, we are here and we will do our utter best to save him,” he said.
Almost 21 dog bite cases were reported to Jinnah Hospital Karachi in October. According to the district health information system, the total number of dog bite cases reached 122,566 across Sindh.
Cases had crossed the 10,000 mark in Dadu, Kamber and Naushera Feroze districts.
The death toll in Sindh for rabies has reached 19 this year.
Governor Sindh Imran Ismail talking to media in Karachi
Posted by Radio Pakistan News on Monday, November 18, 2019
Source: Radio Pakistan