Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar during his day-long visit to Quetta on Sunday called on Governor Balochistan Amanullah Khan Yasinzai. During the meeting, both leaders discussed matters of mutual interest, development projects, law and order situation and enhanced provincial coordination.
Speaking on the occasion, Usman Buzdar said that Pakistan is our country and we have to work together for its progress and prosperity. He said that the Punjab government will establish a cardiac hospital in Quetta as a goodwill gesture and funds have been allocated for the purpose. We have to move forward by enhancing cooperation and brotherhood among provinces, he added.
Governor Balochistan Amanullah Khan Yasinzai welcomed the Chief Minister in Quetta and said that Punjab and Balochistan would work together for development and prosperity of the provinces.
Later, Usman Buzdar called on Balochistan Health Minister Naseebullah Marri at his residence and expressed sorrow and grief over the death of his sister. He sympathized with the bereaved family and offered Fateha for the departed soul.
Talking to media, the Chief Minister said that the Punjab government would set up a state-of- the-art cardiac hospital in Quetta and funds have been allocated in the current budget.
He said a cardiac hospital is also being built in DG Khan with a cost of Rs 4 billion and a mother-and-child hospital is being constructed in Rajanpur where brethren from Balochistan will also get benefit from healthcare facilities. The Punjab Chief Minister also invited Balochistan journalists to visit Lahore.