‘KTI’ demanded of the CM Murad Ali Shah to allow them to bring their buses on the roads.

Karachi Transport Ittehad ‘KTI’ has requested of the Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah to agree them to welcome their transports on the streets as Sindh government stretched out the coronavirus lockdown to the month of Ramadan.

In a letter composed from the KTI President Irshad Bokhari, he commanded of the chief minister to continue transport exercises in the province.

“Poor people transporters are going through most terrible money related issue,” he said including they couldn’t go through any further plans of the lockdown.

It is relevant to make reference to here that an assignment of Karachi Transport Ittehad ‘KTI’ on April 28 approached the Sindh Minister for Education Saeed Ghani and commanded to either agree them to welcome their transports on streets or declare ease bundle for them during coronavirus lockdown.

The assignment drove by its President Irshad Bokhari informed the provincial minister about the issues and issues faced by them due to coronavirus lockdown.

He likewise commanded of the provincial minister to give standard operating procedures ‘SOPs’ to them under which they could continue their business exercises.

Saeed Ghani said that the legislature has taken all the measures to scure individuals from the destructive infection. “We were unable to face any challenge that could lead the spread of the infection,” he said while denying allowing to them.

The chief said that the doctors and paramedics are working endlessly without thinking about their lives just to secure people lives.

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