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Friday, October 15, 2010

MIRPURKHAS Oct 15. A rally was taken out by Gulistan e Mazoreen center Mirpurkhas here on Friday from Gulistan e Mazoreen center Mirpurkhas to local press club to mark the international blind white stick day. The cause to taken out rally was to raise the problems of disables including blind persons. Protesters led by president Javed Malik, carried banners and placards reached at local press club while they demanded the government to resolve the problems of the disables in the country by giving them their 2 percent Job quota. Addressing at the protesters president Javed Malik, patron Imam Baloch, Qamaruddin and Ali Nawaz Sureho deplored that disable persons were deprived of their rights in the country and hoped that present government will resolve the grievances of the disables on priority basis. They demanded the government to include the disable persons in the assemblies by giving them tickets for contesting in election sothat they could themselves solve their problems. They thanked of President Asif Ali Zardari for issuing the smart card to disables sothat they could suffer their expenses.

MIRPURKHAS Oct 15. Mirpurkhas district that had faced hardships to treat various cases of Felciparum Malaria resistant in past was deprived of newly drug recommended by world health organization for providing to all those resistant cases of Felciparum Malaria while new recommended drug Misonate (Artisonate) had been provided to department of Malaria control programme at Hyderabad that was to be distributed among the Felciparum Malaria resistant cases in the province. Report said that over 50 cases of Felciparum Malaria resistant had been appeared in peads ward of the civil hospital Mirpurkhas in past inspite of using them IV Quinine, Fancidar, Arti Mether+Luminfentivine medicines two to three times. This serious condition was reported also from Mirpurkhas after which a team of Malaria control programme of Hyderabad visited the peads ward of the civil hospital while team of doctors including child specialists Dr Ghulam Rasool Buriro, Dr Ghazi Khan Mari and woman medical officer Dr Perveen Khan supervising the treatments of Malaria patients handed over the record of such patients and treatment informations . Sources said that World health organization had taken serious notice of such kind of Felciparum Malaria resistant cases and provided the new drug Misonate(Artisonate) recommended by WHO for providing to Malaria resistant cases . Child specialists Dr Ghulam Rasool Biriro, Dr Ghazi Khan Mari and WMO Dr Perveen Khan told the news man that Felciparum Malaria resistant cases had been reported here various times while daily Malaria cases of different stages are coming to civil hospital for treatment but concerned authorities were not giving heeding to take precautionary steps and its prevention. They said that concerned authorities should launch fumigation spray and other preventive steps in the city as well as in villages. They regretted that Malaria patients were deprived of bad net to save themselves from mosquitoes as there was need of bad net to the indoor patients of Malaria that was to be provided them by Malaria control programme but they alleged that unfortunately they were being distributed to favorites or allegedly being sold. They demanded the Sindh government, provincial minister for health and secretary health to take notice immediately into this matter, ensure providing of newly recommended drug Misonate (Artisonate) and bad net to patients in the civil hospital Mirpurkhas.

MIRPURKHAS Oct 15. A petrol pump employee was deprived of cash money in day light by two unknown armed bike robbers in Newtown here on Friday. Report said that two unknown armed motor cyclists arrived at the petrol pump near Ahmadani hospital and looted cash RS 35000 on gun point from its employee Mohammad Sabir and fled away from the spot. However no case of this incident was lodged with concerned police station till filing of the news.

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