Access to basic health facilities right of every countryman: Qaiser

Staff Reporter

Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser has said that access to the basic health facilities is a fundamental right of every countryman for which steps are being taken. He said that the dream of making Pakistan a welfare state could be achieved by providing basic facilities to the people.

These views were expressed by him while talking to Principal Gajju Khan Medical College (GKMCS) Dr. Fasseh-uz-Zaman, Medical Superintendent Bacha Khan Medical Complex (BKMC) Abdul Latif Khan, and District Health Officer (DHO) Swabi Dr. Kaleem Ullah here at Parliament House on Friday.

Asad Qaiser said that the incumbent government was taking steps on priority basis for the welfare of the people. Providing best healthcare facilities to the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, especially Swabi, was one of top priorities and the establishment of Gajju Khan Medical College had been a remarkable achievement in this regard, he added.
The Speaker National Assembly said that due to establishment of Gajju Khan Medical College, services of experienced doctors and paramedical staff in Bacha Khan Medical Complex had been made available for the people of Swabi. Sehat Insaf Cards were provided on the special directives of the Prime Minister which would enable the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to get the best healthcare facilities, he maintained.

Asad Qaiser appreciated the services rendered by Bacha Khan Medical Complex during the pandemic. Principal of Gajju Khan Medical College, Dr. Fasseh-uz-Zaman, while appreciating the efforts of the Speaker National Assembly for resolving the issues being faced by the people of Swabi, said that the staff of Gajju Khan Medical College was providing timely and best healthcare facilities to the people.