Bisma Baloch’s Killer:The Scoundrel Bilawal Zardari Who Blocked Roadway & Hospital Access

Bisma Baloch’s Killer:The Scoundrel Blocked Roadways & Hospital Access

 

 

Time to Ponder


 8 months old Bisma, died in the arms of her father running frantically from door to door to enter emergency room of civil hospital Karachi. 
Roads remained closed because of VVIP Movement.  
BISMA HATES, ROAD BLOCKS.
Faisal Baloch, the father of baby girl Bisma who died last Wednesday when Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari came to inaugurate the trauma centre at Civil Hospital, Karachi, complained on Tuesday that the Sindh government has yet to fulfil its promises despite assurances by PPP leaders.

“My daughter died because of the system [protocol],” said the father. Rejecting police inquiry into the matter, he said, “I don’t blame anyone for the demise of my girl but I feel her separation very badly.”

Infant dies as Bilawal’s security prevents family from entering hospital

The 10-month-old baby girl died on Wednesday when Bilawal was inaugurating the newly constructed trauma centre at the Civil Hospital Karachi. The father, who rushed his sick girl to the hospital, was allegedly denied entry into the hospital due to protocol.

Baloch said that Bilawal assured him that two jobs in the public sector would be given to him while his house will also be reconstructed. “Nothing has been provided to me as yet,” he said.

Explaining his financial condition, Faisal said that he was jobless for the last two months, saying it was a hard time for him and his family. “I am not an educated person but a technically sound one,” he said.

On the other hand, Bilawal’s political secretary and member of party’s central executive committee, Jamil Soomro, said, “All promises to Faisal Baloch will be fulfilled.” He said that the party chairperson visited Bisma’s family before leaving for Larkana, adding that he had reached Karachi on Tuesday.

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“The chairman also assured Faisal that he would himself see the investigation report and no one will be allowed any leniency,” said Soomro. Speaking to The Express Tribune, Soomro said that he will meet Faisal and will resolve his issues, including providing him a job at a suitable place.

Meanwhile, the residents of the area, Lyari, continue to meet the aggrieved father daily and ask him to stand by his word against protocol system that takes the life of innocent people. “Lyari’s youth supports Bisma’s family,” said Musawwar Ali, a resident living near Baloch’s home. “We’ll not leave him alone. If he goes against the system, the whole of Lyari will be with him.”

Published in The Express Tribune, December 30th, 2015.

 

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