Shahbaz spends Eid with youngesters at Children’s Hospital

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Salim Ahmed

Lahore—Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif visited Children Hospital on Eid day without any protocol and distributed Eidee and Eid gifts among children under treatment in the hospital. He also inquired after the patients and issued necessary instructions to doctors regarding their treatment. He prayed for the early recovery of the ailing children. The Chief Minister went to different wards and offered Eid greetings to the children and their attendants.
Talking to the Chief Minister, attendants of the children said that their patients were being looked after properly in the hospital. They also expressed their satisfaction over medical facilities being provided to the patients. The Chief Minister while giving instructions to the hospital administration directed that sanitary staff should wear uniforms. He said that it is the responsibility of hospital administration to pay attention to basic requirements. He said that soap or hand wash should be available in toilets.
The Chief Minister appreciated the spirit of doctors, nurses and paramedical staff who were serving the ailing humanity even on Eid holidays. Talking to media on this occasion, the Chief Minister felicitated the nation on Eid-ul-Fitr. He said that sharing of Eid joys with humanity in distress is the real spirit of Eid. He said that those who have been given resources by Allah Almighty should be kind to less-privileged segments and share their joys with them. He said that Eid is the day of sharing and he has come to celebrate Eid with the ailing children. He said that he is pleased that doctors, nurses and paramedical staff are looking after the ailing children with a spirit of service.
He expressed satisfaction over the healthcare facilities in the hospital. Shahbaz Sharif said that Children Hospital is the best hospital of the country and children suffering from various diseases are brought here from every part of the country.

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