KARACHI – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan here the other day said that the Sindh government failed to maintain law and order.He said that Sindh government had lost the right to rule as it completely failed in protecting the lives and properties of the people in the province, especially in Karachi, reported a private TV channel Tuesday.In his statement issued from his office, the PTI chief said that de-politicisation of the Sindh administration, especially the Sindh police was key to restoring peace to the violence-hit province of Sindh.He said that the Supreme Court verdict on Karachi law and order situation was a step in the right direction. However, he regretted that the Sindh government did not implement the court verdict, which added to the miseries of the people in the province.“Violence is not confined to the urban areas but the lawlessness prevails across Sindh province. People in rural areas cannot leave their homes in the evening as dacoits take to the streets and innocent people ate picked for ransom.He said that the overall violence across Sindh had reflected that either the Sindh government had not any political will to protect the lives of the people or the criminals had penetrated into the provincial government.He said it was a great betrayal to the committed workers of the PPP as the people of the province had given full mandate to the PPP and the MQM but both the parties had failed to provide peace and justice to their voters.“The PPP-led government should realize the fact that ineffective rule in Sindh cannot sustain. The rulers would have to act against criminals sooner or later.Meanwhile, KMC Administrator Muhammad Hussain Syed said construction of a 50 bed each hospital in Gulistan-e-Jauhar and Federal B-Area Block 13 was started to provide better health care facilities to citizens.He said this on a visit of both under construction hospitals along with the DG Technical Services Altaf G Memon, Senior Director Medical Services Dr AD Sajnani, Senior Director T&C Muhammad Ather, Project Directors and other concerned engineers.The Administrator Karachi said sum of Rs 165 million would incur on the construction of hospital in Gulistan-e-Jauhar and this would be completed in a year. The hospital building which spread on 48,000 square feet would have the emergency, diagnosis facility, OPD, Operation Theatre, ICU, Wards for Women and Children and General Wards.This three-storey hospital would provide medical facilities to the residents of localities located at from around Nipa Chowrangi to Safoora Goth, he added.While visiting the Federal B-Area Block 13, Administrator Muhammad Hussain Syed said this hospital would be constructed with a cost of Rs165 million in a year with all the necessary medical and health care facilities to be provided in this three storey building.