Liver transplant centre in Children’s Hospital: Shahbaz

December 30, 2013

LAHOREThe Punjab government has decided to set up a modern fully equipped liver transplant centre at Children’s Hospital where foreign trained doctors, nurses and paramedics will be posted. It...

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LAHORE
The Punjab government has decided to set up a modern fully equipped liver transplant centre at Children’s Hospital where foreign trained doctors, nurses and paramedics will be posted. It was decided at a high-level meeting presided over by Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif here Sunday.
The Chief Minister said Punjab government was paying a special attention to health sector and not only the ongoing health projects had been completed but new programmes had also been started in the province and billions of rupees were being utilised for the purpose. He said there was a need for paying special attention to children’s treatment and Punjab government was providing all-out facilities and resources for this purpose. He directed that final recommendations be submitted to him within seven days regarding the project. Indian expert Dr Neelam Mohan gave a detailed
briefing regarding the establishment of the liver transplant centre.
model province: Shahbaz Sharif has said that improving the living standard of the people and bringing the deprived segments of the society into the mainstream of development was the PML-N’s mission. He said Punjab would be made a model province, as the government was sparing no effort for resolving the people’s problems and the day was not far when these efforts would prove fruitful and the country would embark on the road to progress and prosperity. He expressed these views while talking to a delegation of parliamentarians and the PML-N workers here Sunday. He said water filtration plants would be set up in the province for the provision of pure drinking water to the citizens. He said the maintenance of peace was of vital importance for the promotion of investment and solid measures had been adopted for improving law and order in the province. He said that command and control system was also being established at a cost of two billion rupees; nine divisions would be linked through satellite with command and control system and a vigilant eye would be kept on the criminals with the help of digital monitoring.
He said the PML-N was implementing its manifesto and the agenda of public service was being carried forward successfully. A network of the development projects was being laid in the province and mega development projects were being completed expeditiously in a transparent manner. He stressed on the MPs, office-bearers and the party workers to maintain a close contact with people and apprise them about welfare programmes of the government so that the maximum people could benefit from these projects.



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