Saloons closed but massage centres remain open in Islamabad amid COVID-19: Siraj
Jamat-i-Islami leader Senator Sirajul Haq speaking in the Senate session on Thursday said saloons have been closed but 22 massage centres are being operational in Islamabad amid the COVID-19.
He said the world’s family and marriage system have been on the edge while even the jungle laws are shying away to see what has been done in the name of homosexuality globally.
Sirajul Haq said how poor men could afford the COVID-19 test worth Rs 9000.
He demanded the government should announce that coronavirus test facilities must be free.
JI senator said there are no test laboratories in far-flung areas.
“Dead bodies of COVID-19 patients were disgraced and even multiple people fatalities due to other diseases were declared as COVID-19 patients.”
He said it was the appeal of the time that we should seek forgiveness from Allah Almighty.
JI Senator said it has been three months since the pandemic hit the country but still no one can find pure milk, pulses, tea, and medicine. Our society did not shun the wrongdoings.”
He said even jungle animals sit together in the time of crises but Sindh and federal government are trying to win each other.
He questioned where our health minister was and if there was any he would have been here.
Overseas Pakistanis in Saudi Arabia, UAE and Europe have been facing extreme problems while government should return all the money taken in the name of providing quarantine facilities to the passengers, he added.