KARACHI - The most of relief camps set up in the government buildings in the City are running without medical facilities which are adding miseries of the thousands of people, who left their homes in aftermath of floodwater. However, the waterborne diseases - gastro and diahorrea - are common due to usage of unhygienic water, even more than two member of a family, mostly children, fell victim of this sickness in relief camps. During visit of the various relief camps in the City on Saturday, it was observed that some camps where less number of affectees staying, have no complains about basic necessities, while other places where people are in large number running indiscipline with lack of facilities too. Karim Shah, a local PPP leader who looks after all the management of relief operation at relief camp in Swedish Institute of Technology at Quaidabad, told TheNation that only 2 doctors were deputed at a camp, while CDGK was not cooperating during this emergency situation. Sharing the availability of importance of more doctors especially gynaecologists at camps, he said that two women given birth to babies at relief camps during this week, while five other pregnant women were sent to Sobhraj hospital for medical check-up, while one ambulance was required to refer the women at hospital, but authorities didnt pay attention to their call. At least 1200 displaced people were staying at relief camp but the health department was not cooperating with them, organiser alleged, saying that despite the emergency situation at medical camps, the authorities concerned did not send ambulance at the camp. However, flood affectees at Swedish Institute, complained that the quantity of the food have also been reduced by the authorities, besides the lunch was not being provided to them till 3pm in the evening on Saturday. An elderly woman Sakina Khatun, who was with her other female family members reached at the camp from Shahdadkot Saturday morning, said till the evening she was not able to get tent or shelter in a room in the Swedish Institute building. Taking out her national identity card, she told TheNation that her husband was in Shahdadkot to look after their belongings, while she came with three other families, she said, adding that they didnt eat since last night as they were appealing to everyone here to register them at relief camp. The displaced people complained that more than 20 people living in one room, which seems as if they were in jail. Besides, most of women said that relief authorities provide them raw ration, which is difficult to prepare into food because they have no crockery. However, mostly children seemed fell victim of waterborne diseases at relief camp. Meanwhile, the situation was not different at relief camp in Razaqabad of Malir Area, where over 7000 people from different parts of Sindh were staying. The large number of sick persons mostly children were seen in camp, while other survivor of floodwater, who suffered injuries and fell in other diseases have been referred to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, Jinnah hospital and Civil hospital. The children, who suffered from gastro and diahorrea, were being admitted in hospitals, which were established by government authorities in the premises of camp. People seemed helpless as they are empty hands, even mostly women and children complained that they left their homes in clothes which they wearing and without shoes. Minister for Revenue Jam Mahtab Dahar, who was also present at relief camp, told TheNation that two third parts of Sindh was affected of floodwater, where over 7 millionn people had been displaced. Deputy Speaker Sindh Assembly Ms Shehla Raza said that her organisation 'Association of Integrated Research and Development started schools at Razaqabad camp, where four classes each of 100 children are being organised. The government will provide sewing machines to women at relief camps, while other women will be involved in vocational training. EDO Revenue Karach Roshan sheikh said that presently 3 hospitals each of 10 beds running at Razaqabad relief camps, a vocational centre for women also to be established soon, while 400 community workers being hired in this regard. He said TCP ground is also available where relief camps are being set up for the flood affectees coming from Thatta and other areas of Sindh with the capacity of 50,000 people. However, some flood affectees from Balochistan also came in Karachi residing in Lashari memorial building in Gizri, where people expressed satisfaction over facilities being provided to them.