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Politically matured people rejected the PDM Agenda:Dr.Firdous

SIALKOT: Special Assistant to Chief Minister Punjab on
Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan has said that masses have rejected the
negative politics of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and it is
struggling for its political survival and personal gains.

Talking to the media persons during her visit to THQ Hospital Daska on
Sunday, she alleged the PDM wanted to weaken the national institutions for
its vested interests, adding that politically matured people had already
rejected it.

Dr Firdous said the people were not ready to listen to the voice of the PDM,
adding that the corrupt elements were misleading people through rallies and meetings.

She said, the Punjab government had launched a revolutionary programme-Insaf Medicine Card- under which modern health services of all diseases were being provided. The Insaf Health Card Programme had ensured an easy access to the poor and deserving people to the best medical facilities, she added.’

The Special Assistant to CM said a change could be observed in THQ Daska and Punjab government had taken the responsibility of protecting lives of the deserving, needy and poor patients.CM Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar was actively working for providing quality healthcare facilities in all rural areas of the province, she added.

Dr. Firdous said all institutions were busy in raising the living standard
of people under the vision of Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and the rural population was also being provided the best medical facilities.

Earlier, she visited Daska THQ Civil Hospital and Panahgah for patients. She
went to different wards and met with patients. She also checked availability
of medicines besides performance of doctors and paramedics.

Dr Firdous also distributed food among men and women living in Panahgah and also inaugurated a modern conference hall at the THQ Daska.

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