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Govt must cease counting on charity: Shahbaz on vaccine shortages

Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif
Chief of the Opposition within the Nationwide Meeting Shahbaz Sharif on Sunday expressed grave concern on the scarcity of vaccines in Pakistan and referred to as for the federal authorities to alter its strategy with regard to procuring vaccines.

“Planning needs to be accomplished conserving in view the 220 million inhabitants. The small-minded view of ordering a couple of million vaccines and counting on donations wants to alter,” the PML-N’s official Twitter account quoted Shahbaz as saying.

He mentioned that the unavailability of the coronavirus vaccine is one other proof of the federal government’s “felony negligence and incompetence”.

Shahbaz mentioned the Opposition had sounded the alarm again and again for the federal government to make sure well timed reserving of vaccines to maintain the populace secure from the virus.

“The identical factor is going on with the provision of vaccines as that which occurred with the provision of LNG,” the PML-N president mentioned.

He went on to state that “simply as folks with vested pursuits lined their pockets by scamming folks over the sale of wheat flour, sugar and medicines, the identical is being repeated with regards to coronavirus vaccines”.

Shahbaz mentioned that it’s regrettable that the federal government, with regards to the lives of the folks, is “displaying essentially the most severe type of felony negligence”.

The Opposition chief mentioned the state of affairs had already been muddied with questions being raised concerning the Rs1,200 coronavirus aid package deal following allegations of corruption.

“Theft of public funds is rampant and the supply of providers to the general public is zero,” he mentioned.

“The persons are being punished for the federal government’s thievery, incompetence and poor planning, which is regrettable and condemnable,” Shahbaz added.