The Sindh health department has written a letter to the Federal Ministry of Finance regarding the air ambulance for the veteran comedian Umer Sharif.
In a letter written to the Ministry of Finance on Monday, the Sindh Health Department said that Sindh will bear all the expenses for the air ambulance, matters related to airspace and aviation come under the federal government, the letter read.
The health department has asked the federal government to resolve all issues related to air ambulance as soon as possible.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) did not receive any request regarding the entrance of an air ambulance in Pakistan, the sources said.
However, the Civil Aviation Authority's sources said as soon as the request is received, the air ambulance would be granted permission to land at the airport.
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