Sindh Governor Imran Ismail Tuesday said the government was committed to support medical university envisaged by expatriate Pakistani doctors engaged in series of relief work in the least privileged parts of the country. Addressing the inaugural session of a three-day 10th International Medical Conference organized by the Medics International (MI), comprising USA-based senior doctors of Pakistani origin, he said PTI government stands for initiatives meant to benefit masses. “I, being a representative of the federal government, assure support for the medical university any where in the country you feel is particularly needed,” said the governor.
He appreciated that MI has been recognized as the United Nations-accredited global health care relief organization and that it was presently celebrating 25th years of its foundation.
“It is all the more heartening that MI comprising Pakistani medical practitioners are keen to establish a university of health sciences anywhere in Pakistan to financially assist the prospective Pakistani medical students belonging to underprivileged areas,” he said.