Says govt determined to resolve people’s problems at their doorsteps
Special Assistant to Chief Minister on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan on Wednesday said that Maryam Nawaz’s black deeds can’t be hidden by hiding behind the judicial system.
“Maryam is playing hide and seek with the honorable courts, which in fact is mocking the constitution.”
Talking to the media, Dr Firdous said the development process was limited to Jati Umrah in the past but now the PTI government has shifted the focus of development to every area of the province.
She said the PTI government has extended the development process to backward areas as progress is the right of every locality.
The government is determined to facilitate the masses and resolve people’s problems at their doorsteps, she said.
The Special Assistant said the CM will visit every district of the province to ameliorate the lot of the common man and to ensure speedy progress and resolution of public problems.
The development package of each district will be finalized with the consultation of peoples’ representatives of the concerned district, she said.
Dr Firdous said the series of CM’s district tours has started from today and the CM announced Rs10 billion development package for Sheikhupura.
In line with its commitment to establish universities in every district, the government is going to establish Waris Shah University in Sheikhupura district and all the necessary steps are being taken in this regard, she said.
She said the promises made with the journalist community will also be fulfilled and health cards will be provided to journalists on a priority basis.
The SACM said the CM is transforming the province towards genuine development as he announced a development package worth Rs7.2 billion for the people of Hafizabad and inaugurated four projects at the cost of Rs7.84 billion in Gujranwala including Ghakhar Sports Arena and Gujranwala Arts Council Auditorium.
The N-League mafia made the people hostage by patronizing petty gangs and thugs at the local level and indulged in politics of extortion, corruption and rigging but now this style of politics will not work anymore and the era of real public welfare and prosperity will flourish, concluded the SACM.
Meanwhile, Post Graduate Medical Institute Principal Prof. Dr. Sardar Muhammad Al-freed Zafar has urged doctors, nurses and paramedics not to forget the challenge of dengue during the Corona pandemic and to be fully prepared in this regard.
He further said that now the dengue season has started so all the health professionals must attend the training workshops to enhance their professional skills and keep their knowledge related to dengue updated.
These views were expressed by Principal PGMI while addressing the participants of Dengue Case Management organized by Medical Unit 3, LGH where other medical experts also participated.
Prof. Dr. Tahir Siddique while briefing the young doctors on the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and precautions of dengue fever told that all the arrangements regarding dengue have been completed in Hospital.
Addressing the workshop, Assistant Prof. Dr. Muhammad Maqsood elaborated on dengue management while MS Dr. Abdul Razzaq, Dr. Jaffar Shah and other doctors were also present in large numbers who were given medical lectures on dengue fever keeping in view the past experiences.