Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that drainage and potable drinking water schemes would be incorporated in the budget for the new financial year to facilitate the people of the province.

He was talking to the delegation of the World Bank led by its country director Najy Benhassine in Karachi today.

Syed Murad Ali Shah informed the delegation that six programs including Health programme, Health and population project, social protection, rural services and other programs are functioning in the province and are meant for controlling stunting and other health issues.

He said that construction of houses in flood affected areas is underway in the province.

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