Staff ReporterFriday, August 16, 2013 - Islamabad—Tehreek-e-Sehat Pakistan (TSP) and Minsa Clinic Bahria Town have entered into a deal to provide free healthcare facilities to masses through free medical camps in Rawalpindi.
In this regard a MoU was signed between TSP and Minsa Clinic Bahria.
Speaking to the MoU signing ceremony Dr Murtaza Mughal, President TSP said that allopathic system of medicine is costly while may ends up catching additional diseases while attempting to cure one.
He said that homeopathic system of medicine has no side effects but it is also costly for poor. Therefore, he said, some doctors in the TSP have decided to provide free healthcare facilities to masses using their own resources.
Dr Murtaza Mughal said that we will use homeo and biochemic system of medicine to cure ailing masses.
People of the twin cities can avail free healthcare facilities while those who are away can get free advice through phone or email.
He said that our experts, some of them with MD and PhD degrees from foreign countries in alternate medicine can cure diabetes, arthritis, jaundice, hepatitis, kidney and gall stones, piles, viral warts, dyspepsia, diarrhoea, and child problems including intestinal worms, teething troubles and atopic dermatitis.
He informed that patients can come to Rise School Building, Lane No 3 near Govt. Girls High School, Gulishatn Colony Rawalpindi from 5 to 6 pm or contact on 0300-9898552 or firstname.lastname@example.org for free advice.
Dr Murtaza Mughal said that nation and economy cannot progress in presence of an ill nation as government has not been focusing on provision of affordable healthcare facilities to the masses.
Pakistan can tackle problems of health and education if rich consider earning for six days and returning on the seventh, he said.