110,000 health cards to be distributed in Attock: Advisor.
ATTOCK -- Advisor to Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam Saturday said that 111,000 health cards would be distributed in district and this was an ample proof that government was fulfilling its promise regarding health facilities.
He said this while addressing a Health Cards Distribution Ceremony in Jinnah Hall here.
On the occasion Deputy Commissioner Attock Ishratullah Khan Niazi, Chief Executive Oficer Health Dr Sohail Ejaz, young Leader Shamsher Aslam, Dr Asif Niazi, Dr Javed Khan, Rana Liaqat Ali Khan, Malik Ejaz of Saidan and Taimoor Aslam were also present.
Malik Amin said that through this card people would have the facility of medicines and operations up to the limit of Rs 700,000 to Rs 1,400,000 and this card would be renewed on annual basis.
He said that a fresh survey would be conducted in this regard and number of health cards would be increased as per the result of the survey.
He said, these cards were being given to low income people who would be able to get treatment of life threatening diseases .
Malik Amin said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was taking personal interest in health sector and he himself was visiting different hospitals to know the actual position and ensure provision of health facilities to the people and overcome shortcomings in health sector.
He said, at present country was passing through difficult time but soon this country would become prosperous and developed.
Clean and Green Pakistan program was in full swing which would bring better environmental change while encroachments on govt lands specially forest department lands were being removed for better environment.
While talking Prime Minister Imran Khan role in Islamic world he said that recently Imran Khan has delivered a very affective speech in OIC where he emphasized upon the unity of Islamic countries and said that at present Imran Khan was leading whole the Islamic world.
Malik Amin Aslam while talking about the current political scenario in the country said that this government would certainly recover the looted money from the corrupt political leaders and said that a few political parties were trying to escape accountability but would never succeed and no one will be given NRO.
He said that the doors of his office were open for every one to there and discuss personal and collective problems of Attock district. Later Advisor to Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam distributed health cards among the residents of Tehsil Hasanabdal and Hazro .
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|Publication:||Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Jun 2, 2019|
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