Friday, December 9, 2022

A policeman shot dead a civilian for refusing to give polio vaccine to his children

A policeman shot dead a civilian for refusing to give polio vaccine to his children in Karachi city. The injured was shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital. The incident took place near New Karachi Sector 5-F Allahwali Mosque. Assistant deputy commissioner’s gunman shot dead him/

People surrounded the police mobile while Rangers reached the spot and SSP Central rushed to the spot and took control of the situation. The injured was identified as 35-year-old Aqeel Ahmed son of Naseem. He has been shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.

According to sources, Aqeel, a young man who was shot and injured by police in Karachi, works at the Pakwan Center with his father. The young man complained to the polio workers that his children had been vaccinated more than 100 times and had been vaccinated two days ago. There is no man at home and we have to leave work. Therefore, I am not giving my children polio vaccine. You have to go. On which the policeman shot him after a bitter speech.

Deputy Commissioner Zafar Ali Mohammad Shahi Reviews:

On the other hand, Deputy Commissioner Pishin Zafar Ali Mohammad Shahi has said that eradication of polio is our commitment and parents should vaccinate their children against polio to protect them from lifelong disability. In order to do this, the people belonging to each school of thought should play their full role and cooperate with the teams of the health department.

He expressed these views while talking at the District Headquarters Hospital Pishin in connection with the National Anti-Polio Campaign in Pishin. District Health Officer Dr. Arbab Kamran Kasi, N Staff Dr. Muhammad Yusuf, Health Department officials, representatives of WHO and UNICEF were also present on the occasion.

The Deputy Commissioner was informed that more than 133,000 children in all 43 union councils of Pishin district would be vaccinated against polio during the national anti-polio drive starting from Monday, December 13. For which all arrangements have been made. Polio teams under the supervision of the District Health Department will go door to door to administer polio drops to children. The Deputy Commissioner said that polio is a contagious and incurable disease. All possible steps have to be taken, people from all walks of life have to play a role in this regard. Support the anti-polio campaign.

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