LAHORE: Two separate reports against unregistered hospitals for botching human lives and against vendors for putting stalls outside the schools have been registered in Punjab Assembly.
Member of Punjab Assembly Naheed Naeem has lodged a report against the vendors standing outside all the government and private schools. He appealed the Punjab Assembly to pass the resolution against them. Vendors along the roadside are increasing traffic problem especially those outside the buildings of schools. Moreover, there are also security risks for the people living or studying there. Therefore, it is important to take strict actions against them. Vendors should also be prohibited from putting up their stalls and wheel carts in such areas.
However, similar report in terms of the security of human life has also been registered by Pakistan Muslim League – Quaid (PML-Q) member Amir Sultan Cheema. His complaint has raised the issue of unregistered hospitals in the province. He said that the hospitals were playing with the lives of people for money. He told that such hospitals lacked basic medical and surgical instruments. “Some of the instruments are of poor quality and can put lives of patients at risk”, he said. He passed his complaint to bring notice of the assembly to this issue. According to his report, serious punishments must be given to the accused persons in order to overcome this problem.