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November 19, 2019

MPA told Landikotal hospital facing shortage of lifesaving drugs

Peshawar

November 19, 2019

LANDIKOTAL: Member Provincial Assembly and Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) leader Baseerat Khan Shinwari visited the District Headquarters Hospital in Landikotal on Monday.

The MPA met Dr Muhammad Khan and Dr Perveen Nisar. She inspected several departments of the hospital, including labour room, EPI section, emergency department and Out-patient Departments.

The lawmaker went to the patients and asked about the health facilities being provided to them at the hospital. The health staff briefed the MPA about the current situation and needs of the hospital. She was told that the hospital was facing a shortage of life-saving drugs and lack of modern equipment to provide the best health services to the patients. Baseerat Khan directed the health staff to ensure better health facilities within the available resources. The MPA said that she would meet the Tribal Electricity Supply Company officials to help resolve electricity and water crises in the hospital.

The legislator also visited Government Girls Higher Secondary School in Landikotal. She met the students and staff.

SHOES DISTRIBUTED AMONG ORPHAN STUDENTS: The Azizi Falahi Foundation distributed school shoes among the orphan students in Landikotal on Monday.

Speaking on the occasion, president Azizi Falahi Foundation Sameedullah Shinwari said that they distributed shoes among 87 orphan students in several schools of Landikotal tehsil, including Khushal Public School, Leeds High School, Shinwari Model School and Ammar Shaheed High School. He said that distribution was aimed at encouraging the poor and orphans to receive education. Sameedullah Shinwari said they would soon distribute winter items and food packages among deserving school children. He said they had also started a seminary in Pirokhel village where girls and boys were getting free Islamic and modern education.

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