Reham Khan blames Sindh government for heatwave deaths

While visiting JPMC, Reham was told that all victims were released after being treated

Tuba Athar July 04, 2015

KARACHI: Reham Khan, the wife of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan, on Saturday held the provincial and federal governments responsible for not taking effective measures to curb the death toll in Karachi from the deadly heatwave, even as she walked through empty halls of the hospital looking for heat stroke patients.

An ambassador for street children, Reham told reporters upon arriving in Karachi to visit the victims of the heatwave, “I am a bit late, but I have arrived now.”

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The television talk show host visited Jinnah Hospital in Karachi in the hopes of visiting heatwave victims. But to her dismay, she was informed by the hospital’s joint executive director Dr Seemi Jamali, that all patients had been discharged after getting treated.

Reham said that she wished to set up camps for victims at Jinnah, as well as Cantt Station to provide free water bottles and juices to those suffering from the heat.

The talk show host is scheduled to have Iftar with some of the city’s street children at party leader and business tycoon Faisal Vawda’s residence in Karachi.

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Earlier last week, her husband, Imran Khan had also visited Karachi to visit the victims of the deadly heatwave.


Majazi | 8 years ago | Reply @Ch. Allah Daad: Its not stupidity...It's called Derh Hoshiyar. She's got more brains than she must have to act natural and sincere. She's Zardari in making...
Mrs Juicy Gossips | 8 years ago | Reply @Jamhoor: Give her a break, all these joker political bigwigs are doing the rounds one on top of each other in a massive display of 'solidarity and sympathy'. But, you know what ? This is an exercise in futility and helps nobody except maybe these bigwigs feel they are earning some sort of merit with their Maker...
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