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Agitation of Opp would not work, says Samsam


July 1, 2019

LAHORE: Provincial Minister for Information and Culture Syed Samsam Ali Bukhari has said that promoters of change and supporters of status quo are in a state of conflict in the country.

The same political parties are united against Prime Minister Imran Khan again who opposed him in the past. He said that agitation of opposition parties neither worked in the past nor could bear fruit in future. Those who are making hue and cry to save their corruption cannot stop the process of change in Pakistan, the minister said in a statement issued on Sunday.

He said that the only way to improve the economy of Pakistan was to reform the existing system. “We must have to replace the present dilapidated system on the basis of now or never,” he said. Sumsam Bukhari said the prime minister had given a road map for development and progress and now PTI government was striving to stabilise the economy on a self-reliance basis. He said that financial cooperation of Saudi Arabia and Qatar clearly reflected their confidence in Pakistani government.

He said the government had been successful in the process of budget approval and it would also be successful in future. He said that state of affairs in Pakistan was getting better day by day and government intended to give relief to the general public.

Sumsam Bukhari said those who were engaged in negative propaganda would fail at every level. Prime Minister Imran khan has the vision of progress and development for Pakistan, Sumsum Bukhari concluded.

medical camp: More than 2,300 patients suffering from hepatitis and other diseases were given free medicines after screening at free medical camp of the Sarwar Foundation held under the supervision of wife of Punjab governor’s Begum Parveen Sarwar.

According to a press release, the camp was held in Nadrabad area of Lahore Cantt where more than five doctors checked over 2,000 patients including women and children. The patients were also provided free medicines after screening. The Sarwar Foundation has decided to increase the number of medical camps in the area. Begum Sarwar Parveen has also announced holding free medical camps under the Sarwar Foundation on weekly basis in other cities as well.

Parveen Sarwar on the occasion said the Sarwar Foundation besides trying to provide clean drinking water to the people, is extending support to patients suffering from hepatitis. The hepatitis patients and people suffering from other diseases are being provided free medical facilities, she said. She elaborated that the Sarwar Foundation is holding more camps in areas where health facilities are not available to the poor masses. She said she was happy that medical camps of Sarwar foundation were successfully providing free medical facilities to the poor people in need. There is dire need for all segments of society to come forward and fulfill their responsibilities, she added.

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