Opposition doesn’t like any positive move of PM: Firdous

Staff Reporter

Special Assistant to Chief Minister Punjab on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan on Sunday said that there is no place of international forces’ interference in national matters.

The special assistant said that Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan has announced to not allow bases to United States (US) for action in Afghanistan. The entire world has appreciated this decision of the premier, he added.

Dr Firdous Ashiq further said that the opposition doesn’t like any positive move of the PM and that’s why instead of rallying behind the PM, the opposition trying to point a score on this issue as well.

The SACM said that the PTI government has restored dignity of Pakistan, which the past rulers had compromised on for their petty gains.

She said that Prime Minister Imran Khan will fulfil his promise he had made that foreigners will come to Pakistan for work.

Meanwhile, as many as 304319 corona patients are recovered in the public sector hospitals being run under the control of Specialized and Primary & Secondary Healthcare departments, while 152 patients are recovered during the last 24 hours.

This was disclosed by Barrister Nabeel Ahmed Awan Secretary Specialized Healthcare Punjab today.

He said that decline in wave of Corona pandemic was witnessed in the province which reflect that out of 6992 beds reserved in all govt.

hospitals for corona patients, 6387 beds were lying unoccupied. Likewise, 1355 beds reserved in govt. hospitals of Lahore and 1177 beds were vacant so far.

The Secretary SHC&MED said that the department had arranged 3099 beds in Isolation wards of all govt. hospitals in the province, out of which, 2959 beds were vacant.

However, 346 beds for corona patients are reserved in isolation wards set up in govt. hospitals of Lahore and 317 beds are unoccupied.

In addition, 3176 beds are also reserved in HDU for patients suffering from Covid-19 in all the hospitals of government and 2833 beds are vacant while, in hospitals of Lahore, 768 beds reserved in HDU and 655 beds are unoccupied, Nabeel Awan he added.

The Secretary SHC said the health department had arranged 717 ventilators for corona patients in all hospitals of the provincial government, of which 122 ventilators were under use while 595 were unoccupied.

Around 241 ventilators are reserved in Lahore hospitals, of which 46 are occupied and 195 ventilators are vacant, said Nabeel Awan.


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