KARACHI - Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon has said that Sindh government has made comprehensive arrangements to cope with the damages caused by rains and floods in the province, adding shifting of the affected people to safe places is underway. In a statement issued here on Thursday, he further informed that medical camps had been established in flood affected areas.  He said emergency plan had been chalked out to prevent pregnant women and newly-born babies from various diseases. He added Rain Flood Emergency Centres have been established in all the districts of Sindh. Whole machinery of the province is busy in relief work and the Sindh chief minister is himself monitoring the relief work.
Memon said ration, medicines, tents, mosquito nets and other essentials had been distributed among the affected people and generators had also been provided to the pumping stations to drain out water.
“The Irrigation Department has declared 46 points sensitive of Indus River and Sindh government is monitoring these sensitive embankments,” he concluded.