Governor Sindh asks about condition of metropolitan commissioner on telephone

Karachi, July 24 2013 (PPI-OT): Governor of Sindh Dr. Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan expressed grief on the incident of bomb attack on KMC Metropolitan Commissioner Matanat Ali Khan previous days and asked about his condition.

Metropolitan Commissioner got injured in bomb attack and is now under treatment in a local hospital. He prayed for his good health and directed doctors and hospital staff to cure properly. Officers of Government of Sindh, KMC and a good number of dignitaries were visiting hospital daily. CM Advisor Rashid Rabbani, Waqar Mehdi, MNA Muhammad Iqbal Khan, MPA Faisal Sabzwari, former City Mayor Mustafa Kamal, Additional Secretary Home Muhammad Waseem, Secretary Inter-Provincial Coordination Muhammad Hussasin Syed, former Administrator KMC Faisal Masood, Chairman Federal B Area Association of Trade and Industry Haroon Shamsi, Vice Chairman ARY Group Haji Abdul Rauf, Chief Engineer Muhammad Anwar Sanjrani, Dr. Fauzia Siddiqui, Sr. Director Welfare and Estate Abdul Hafeez Siddiqui, S. Masood Raza Naqvi, Director Accounts Works and Services Nayab Saeed Khan, Project Director Lines Area Shariq Ilyas, Medical Superintendent Sobhraj Hospital Dr. Shabeen Naz Masood, Director Medical Services Dr. Muhammad Ali Abbasi, Director Medical Dr. Asfar, Chairman of PECHS Society Captain Waris Ibn-e-Aiwan, Director KMC Tahir Durrani, Director Archive and Research KMC Adnan Quraishi and others visited hospital for meeting Metropolitan Commissioner today. According to KMC Spokesperson the condition of Metropolitan Commissioner Matanat Ali Khan got well now. All tests and reports have completed. It was expected that he would be discharged from hospital after a day. Matanat Ali Khan thanked all those ladies and gentlemen who visited him and prayed for his good health.

For more information, contact:
Administrator Secretariat
Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC)
City District Government Complex, 1st Floor, Civic Centre,
Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi
Tel: +9221 9923 2400 -01
Fax: +9221 9923 2406

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