Caretaker Chief Minister Sindh’s notice of increasing malaria cases across the province

Sindh’s Chief Minister, Makhdoom Syed Murad Ali Shah, has taken notice of the increasing cases of malaria across the province. The spokesperson of the Chief Minister stated that Makhdoom Syed Murad Ali Shah has directed that decisive actions be taken to control malaria within a week.

Makhdoom Syed Murad Ali Shah has expressed concern that malaria cases are on the rise in Hyderabad, Mirpurkhas, Larkana, and Sukkur divisions. He has urged the health department and municipal authorities in the affected divisions to take necessary measures.

The spokesperson highlighted that Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has instructed the health department to initiate a campaign against malaria and ensure the provision of malaria medications and proper ward management in all government hospitals.

Issuing these directives, Makhdoom Syed Murad Ali Shah emphasized that the Sindh municipal authorities should commence mosquito spraying in these areas and enhance solid waste management and sanitation arrangements.

The Chief Minister’s proactive approach reflects his commitment to addressing the malaria issue promptly and effectively. By involving both the health and municipal departments, the government aims to curb the spread of malaria and improve overall public health conditions.

Malaria remains a significant public health concern in various parts of the world, including certain regions of Sindh. Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah’s initiative to tackle this issue head-on demonstrates the government’s dedication to the well-being of its citizens.

It is hoped that the collaborative efforts of the health and municipal departments, as guided by Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah’s directives, will lead to a reduction in malaria cases and an improvement in the overall health and hygiene conditions in the affected divisions.