Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that this govt wants to bring the under developed areas at par with developed districts and specially those people living below poverty line are being given priority and its ample proof is Insaf Health Cards being given to the poorest segments of the society . This is a revolutionary step of PTI , which the previous govts never thought of. He said this during launching ceremony of Insaf Health Cards in Attock. On the occassion Advisor to Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam , Provincil Minister for Revenue Col Muhammad Anwar Khan , Chairman PAC Punjab Syed Yawar Bokhari , MNA Tahir Sadiq , MPA Jamshed Altaf were also present.
Chief Minister said that in Attock district Health Cards will be given to 111000 families and these families will have access to well equipped private hospitals . He said that the process of distribution of health crads in Attock will be completed by the end of this month and said that in Punjab province so for 8 lac health cards have been distributed. He said that at present this card is worth Rs 720000 , however this amount could be increased if needed. He said that 7 million families will be benefitted from this program. Buzdar said , the process of development has been started for under developed districts and Attock is included in it. In Attock , Mother and Child Health Care Hospital will be built while DHQ Hospital Attock and all the THQ Hospitals of this disrict will be upgraded .
Usman Buzadar said , local govt in Punjab has been dissolved and under new system local body govt will have more power and 40 billion rupees will be allocated for this purpose. Chief Minister also gave approval for rehabilitation and repair of Fatehjang Pindigheb road and Basal Pindigheb road amd funds will be allocated for these roads in the next budget. Provincial Health Minister Dr Yasmin Rashid while addressing the gathering said that giving health cards to the deserving is a step towards Madina like state and its ample proof that this scheme has been started from Rajanpur , DG Khan and Muzaffargarh the most neglected districts. She said , so for 1400 individuals have got medical treatment facility through these health cards and said that the process of distribution of health cards in Attock will be completed in two weeks time.
Advisor to Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam in his address lauded this govt for giving facilities to the poor and said that country is heading towards prosperity under the able leadership of Imran Khan . He said that soon Attock will be included in Prime Minister Housing Scheme program . Amin said that the priority of PTI led govt is to recover the looted money from the big as well as small fishes . MNA Major Tahir Sadiq in his address welcomed the Chief Minister and thanked him for his visit to Attock and said that majority in Attock is his supporter. He said that today if PTI is in majority in Attock , this is because of his policies and said that no one can defeat him. Provincial Minister for Revenue Col Muhammad Anwar in his address welcomed the Chief Minister and apprised him of the about the dilapedated condition of Fatehjang Pindigheb road and Basal Pindigheb road .
Chairman PAC Punjab while addressing the Health Cards Distribution Ceremony said that Attock was an under developed district and needed special attention of the Punjab and Federal governaments . He said that mother and child health care hospital will be built in Attock and tourists spots will be established at Bagh Neelab , Roomian and Attock Khurd . Yawar lauded this govt for giving health cards to Attockonians .
He assured the Chief Minister that no corruption will take place in Attock , contracts of development projects will be given ensuring transparency while no officer will be allowed to indulge in corrupt practices. He specially urged upon the PTI local leadership to shun differences amkng themselves and work collectively for the development of this district. Police did not permit local media to enter the venue on the pretext that local journalists are not invited