To serve distressed humanity noble deed: CM Buzdar CM felicitates Seraiki people on the eve of Seraiki Culture Day

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Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar allocated more funds for the treatment of deserving patients. On the direction of CM, Rs.68.40 lakh for the treatment of deserving patients from his discretionary fund have been granted.

Funds for the treatment of deserving patients suffering from bone marrow, liver and other aliments have been released.

An amount of Rs.25 lakh has been allocated for the treatment of patient namely Shahbaz Ali suffering from bone marrow transplant and r/o Wazirabad. Shahbaz Ali is under treatment at the Armed Forces Bone Marrow Transplant Center Rawalpindi.

Funds amounting to Rs.25 lakh for the treatment of bone marrow transplant patient Osama Khan r/o Rawalpindi have been released. Osama Khan is getting treatment at the Armed Forces Bone Marrow Transplant Center Rawalpindi.

Sajid Naveed a patient of HIP replacement is undergoing his treatment at General Hospital Lahore. Funds to the tune of Rs.3.6 lakh have been released for the treatment ofAyesha Shoukat r/o Pakeza Colony Kasur.

Ayesha Shoukat suffering from liver ailment is getting her treatment at PKLI Lahore. Funds amounting to Rs.3.6 lakh have been released for the treatment of Iftikhar Ahmed suffering from liver ailment r/o Wah Cantt Rawalpindi.

Iftikhar Ahmed is under treatment at PKLI Lahore. Funds to the amount of Rs.72 thousand have been allocated for the treatment of Danish Ali r/o Begum Kot, Shahdra.

Danish Ali suffering from cancer is undergoing his treatment at Mayo Hospital Lahore. Funds to the amount of Rs.30 thousand have been allocated for the treatment of Mahmood Butt r/o Railway Road Gawalmindi Lahore.

Mahmood Butt suffering from COPD ailment is getting his treatment at Services Hospital Lahore. CM Usman Buzdar maintained that serving the ailing humanity is a noble deed.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar in his message on Saraiki Culture Day said that he congratulates all brothers and sisters inhabiting the Saraiki area on the eve of culture day.

Saraiki Culture Day like Baloch Culture Day is also being celebrated across Punjab with zeal and fervour, he added.

He stated that Saraiki Culture is deep- rooted and Saraiki Ajrak is an ancient symbol of the region.

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