PDM licking its wounds after worst defeat: Firdous Says party just began as trio of Maulana, two scions reverts to square one

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Amraiz Khan

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Special Assistant to CM on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan on Friday said that the opposition is licking its wounds after facing defeat on every front. “It will witness many more surprises by the PTI leadership.”

SACM Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan said that the tall claim of rendering resignations has turned out to be a political burden for the PDM leadership and they should explain it to the public, if they have ay morality. “The ranting of the bondmaids shows the PDM drama has ended in a fiasco”, she pointed out, adding that the bondmaids should remember that the party has just started as the trio of Maulana and the two scions have reverted to square one. They do not have anything to defend as the people have fully recognized the duality of the political plunderers. Meanwhile, the scope of practical work done by CM Usman Buzdar is greater than the overall achievements of the political thieves, concluded the SACM.

Meanwhile, Punjab Minister for Irrigation Mohsin Khan Leghari expressed satisfaction over the pace of de-silting of Sirajwah Distributary of Sadiaqia Canal being carried out by the Irrigation Department. It is to be noted that re-sectioning of Sirajwah Distributary is taken place after long period of 19 years as no government paid attention on desilting of this distributary in their respective tenures. Mohsin Leghari said that he personally monitoring desilting campaign and this work will be completed within the stipulated timeframe so that provision of allotted water to the farmers can be ensured.

Meanwhile, on directions from Punjab Health Minister Dr Yasmin Rashid, the Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Department released the status of facilities for COVID-19 patients here on Thursday.

As per the latest statistics released by Secretary Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Department, Barrister Nabeel Awan, as many as 128,319 patients have recovered and returned to their homes in the Pandemic so far in the province. Out of 7280 reserved beds for COVID-19 patients, 6334 are available. In Lahore’s public sector hospitals, 1851 beds are available out of 2174 reserved. In Isolation Wards of Punjab’s hospitals, 4172 are available out of 4547 reserved for Corona Pandemic. In Isolation Wards of Lahore Hospitals, 1345 beds are available out of 1445 reserved.

In High Dependency Units of Punjab hospitals, 1755 are available out of 2211 reserved for COVID -19 patients. In HDUs of Lahore hospitals, 387 beds are available out of 543.
In Punjab, the number of ventilators available is 407 out of 521 reserved for Corona patients. In Lahore’s hospitals, 119 ventilators are available out of 188 reserved for Corona.

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