Pakistan, Saudi Arabia deep rooted relations growing with passage of time: Nawaf bin Said

Staff Reporter

A society well equipped with basic health facilities and provision of health facilities specially to the lower segment of the society is the prime objective of the Muslim World League.

To provide awareness to the masses about health issues a function was organized here marking the ‘World Health Organisation Day’ under the auspice of Muslim World League.

The event was attended by Parliamentary Secretary Health Dr. Nosheen Hamid, Chairman Qamar Jahan Foundation Dr. Jamal Nasir, Head of Islamabad Health Regulatory Authority Dr. Fazal Hadi, Dr. Raja Amjad Mehmud and others.

Speaking on the occasion Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador Nawaf bin Said Al-Malki said the people and government of Saudi Arabia always stand firm with the people of Pakistan and will remain in future too in the hour of trials.

He said Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have deep rooted brotherly relations which keep on growing with the passage of time.

Secretary Ministry of Health Dr. Nosheen Hamid, Head of Islamabad Regulatory Authority Dr. Fazal Hadi, Dr. Jamal Nasir highly lauded the efforts of World Muslim League in the field of health in Pakistan.

They thanked the Secretary General of the World Muslim League and assured him of every possible cooperation on behalf of government of Pakistan to the Islamic body.

Chairman Qamar Jehan Foundation Dr. Jamal Nasir said that the pandemic Covid -19 has gripped the entire world, however he said we should not be fearful with this disease and should follow the SoPs given by the government to contain it.

Regional Director, World Muslim League Saad Bin Masoud Al Harthi said that the WHO day is being observed to World Muslim give awareness about the complicated issues related to complicated health issues and extending ways and means to treat them.

He said that the World Muslim League is playing its vital role under the able leadership of Secretary General of Muslim World League for establishing a safe and healthy society and this will only come true when we reach the down trodden segment of the society for the provision of all health facilities.

He further said setting up of Badar Hospital in Pakistan, provision of equipments and campaign to curb the Covid-19, conducting of eye surgeries are the few steps towards provision of health facilities.

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