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People should vote PML-N in lieu of development projects’ stability: Shehbaz

-Niazi sahib! let us know if your province has any hospital like Layyah and Vihari

–Niazi and Zardari have relied on hallow slogans, whereas we have worked for the development and progress of public every day and every night

LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Shehbaz Sharif on Sunday said that people should vote PML-N for the continuity of development projects.

He said that Niazi and Zardari have only chanted hallow slogans, while the ruling party have worked hard day and night for the progress of our people.

“Let us know if there is a hospital like the ones in Layyah and Vihari,” Shehbaz challenged Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan.

He also vowed to make every hospital of Punjab an exemplary one and further said that health culture is changing in Punjab as now tests of government hospitals are standard and done instantly, besides the availability of high-quality medicines.

The chief minister also said that pathology labs are being set up at 26 District Headquarters (DHQ) under a subjective system which will provide the facility of more than 43 free medical tests for which the Punjab government will pay the fee. These pathology labs will be established in 3 steps throughout the province and their setup will be handed over to the administration of best foreign pathology labs.

Shehbaz informed that renowned company of Japan, HITACHI, with its personal system will provide the facility of CT Scans at DHQ Hospitals, where 24-hour CT Scan services will be available for patients.

He assured that there will neither be any excuse doctors or staff being absent, nor out of order machines.

Shehbaz reiterated that those who are singing slogans of Southern Punjab today have done nothing in their tenure.

“We have allocated 42% of the development budget for Southern Punjab; a matchless precedent in the history,” concluded Shehbaz.

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