Govt steers country out of crises: Saira

Bashir Ahmad Rehmani


Federal Minister for National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination, Madam Saira Afzal Tarar has said that government of Pakistan Muslim League-N has steered the country out of energy, terrorism, extremism, poverty, inflation, unemployment and economic crises due prudent polices of the Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. She was addressing inaugural ceremony of up gradation of Sui gas supply scheme at Vaneki Tarar village near Hafizabad. Chairman District Council Hafizabad, Mian Afzall Hussain Tarar, Maj. (R) Waqar Bashir Tarar, workers of PML-N and a large number of other people were attended the ceremony and they thanked the Minster for enhancing Sui gas pressure and addressing longstanding problems of the people particularly women.
The Minister said that federal government had released more than three billion of rupees for providing Sui gas and other amenities of life to the people of the district Hafizabad and no village of the district would be left without Sui gas in the district by the end of this tenure of government. She said that present government had restored image of Pakistan across the world and China-Pakistan Economic Corridor was a big achievement of the Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and under CPEC, economic activities were boosting in the country and new jobs opportunities were creating for youth. While CPEC would not only change the fate of whole nation and not only the people of the whole country but the whole region would also be get benefits of CPEC.
She said that mostly energy sector development projects were being completed under CPEC for curbing loadshedding from the country and government would achieve target of eliminating loadshedding completely by 2018. She said that leady health workers were performing key role in making successful anti-polio and other campaigns for eradicating fatal disease from the country and government PML-N had not only regularized lady health workers but also increased their salaries.

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