Sindh govt denied reports of demanding funds from GB govt to conduct coronavirus tests.

Sindh government on Friday refused reports of challenging funds from Gilgit Baltistan government to direct coronavirus test of those beating from the region.

Reacting to what he called a misconception on his Twitter account, the representative of the Sindh government Murtaza Wahab said that the chief minister Murad Ali Shah has personally addressed Chief Minister GB Hafeezur Rehman with respect to the issue which depended on some misconception.

He said, it is the arrangement of ‘the Sindh government’ to test individuals free from cost and a similar principle would apply to our companions from Gilgit Baltistan.

It is appropriate to specify here that it was accounted for that Murad Ali Shah has commanded that the GB government give them funds to direct test of the region’s students remaining in the province.

Prior in the day, Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah declared to manufacture 10,000 bed detached isolate communities for the area in the middle of the progressing worldwide coronavirus outbreak.

Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Murad Ali Shah said that the choice was being taken as a bold measure against the deadly virus.

A field isolation center is likewise being set up in the area of Tando Allah Yar’s local clinic.

Chief Minister Sindh uncovered that he visited the city of Sukkur yesterday and commanded spraying of disinfectants in different parts of the city.

CM Murad Ali Shah likewise said that the local body’s minister has been charged to extend the presence of sanitizing exercise and to spread it into smaller cities too.

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