KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday expressed his annoyance over public rush at various roads and shops in the province despite ongoing lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic.
He directed the law enforcement authorities to implement the lockdown in the province. “I want a strict lockdown in place as it happened during the first seven days of the shutdown,” he said while issuing directives for stricter implementation on closure orders in the province during a consultative meeting of provincial cabinet members.
He said that no one should be allowed to roam freely without any reason.
Shah said that the coronavirus figures emerging from the province have raised serious concerns. “I appeal to the people of the province to remain indoors,” he said.