Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Saturday that the government is committed to providing health and education to people in underdeveloped areas of the country.
At a ceremony held at the Esa Khel Cadet College in Mianwali, the Prime Minister reiterated that the government is taking steps to improve people’s living standards by providing them with basic civic living facilities, including health and education infrastructure.
The Prime Minister stated that a new system has been established to ensure access to doctors even in remote areas of the country.
The prime minister instructed the inspector-general of police Punjab Inam Ghani to ensure that ordinary people are treated fairly at the police station, adding that the government has vowed to transform the police into “such a dynamic force that protects the disadvantaged in society”. Strength”.
Imran reiterated the need to build a knowledge-based economy and said that it is vital to put the country on the path of development and development.
The Prime Minister is optimistic about the future of Pakistan. He is confident that Pakistan will become a powerful country, and Naye Pakistan’s dream will come true.
During his visit to Mianwali, Prime Minister Imran is expected to initiate multiple projects in the city, including the first phase of Namal Institute’s Knowledge City.
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Last Updated on 10/24/2020