LAHORE: Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has said Prime Minister Imran Khan’s mission to turn Pakistan into a Madina-like welfare state will be completed. Only those who serve humanity are remembered in history, not those who have more wealth. Blocking the government’s economic policies is an anti-popular plan by the opposition, the governor of Punjab said on Wednesday at the dedication ceremony of a private 600-bed hospital and speaking to the media.
Hospital CEO Dr Abdul Bari Khan, Mian Talat Mahmood Anwar A Khan and Iqbal Qureshi from business were also present. The governor of Punjab visited various departments of the hospital and praised the philanthropists for providing excellent health facilities to poor patients.
He said the top priority of the government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, was to provide basic facilities like health and education to the people, adding that Prime Minister Imran Khan would be successful in the mission to do of Pakistan a state similar to Madina. He said the PTI government introduced reforms in institutions and freed them from political interference as institutions were destroyed by political interference. He said that the Insaf card was a revolutionary program in the field of health and that every citizen of Punjab would benefit from this facility in the current year.
The Insaf card holder can seek treatment free of charge in any hospital. He said it was a clear government policy that no obstacle to the development and well-being of the people would be tolerated, and despite all the obstacles of political opponents, the mission of development, prosperity and welfare. being public in the country would be continued, adding that the PTI government would keep promises made to the people.
Chaudhry Sarwar said the Hospital for the Poor Project was an ideal and exceptional project in every way and the role that philanthropists played in this cause was commendable. While appreciating philanthropists, he said that Pakistan’s philanthropists have no equal in the world and have always lent a hand in difficult times, adding that even during the coronavirus pandemic, philanthropists are helping people. poor and provided them with rations at their doorstep. .