Pakistan will soon sail through difficult time: Prime Minister

Pakistan will soon sail through difficult time: Prime Minister

Prime Minister Imran Khan says government is making continuous efforts for systemic reforms besides social welfare and national development and tough days will soon be over.

Addressing a ceremony to re-launch the halted construction work of Mother and Child Hospital in Rawalpindi, he said once the system is rectified, people will realize how blessed our country is.

Imran Khan said no doubt the people are faced with high inflation including increase in gas and power tariffs, but this all happened after the national institutions were left under debt burden.

However, the Prime Minister said Pakistan will soon sail through difficult time and emerge as a great nation.

He said from the very first day, the incumbent government has been striving to reform the existing healthcare facilities besides establishing new ones.

Referring to the launch of landmark poverty alleviation program, health insurance facility for poor, shelter homes, housing for low-income group and business loans for youth, the Prime Minister said the government is inculcating a new thinking in the society.

Meanwhile, eminent analysts have lauded Prime Minister Imran Khan Prime for taking revolutionary steps by investing in health, education and social sectors.

Talking to Radio Pakistan's News and Current Affairs Channel, they said PTI government is making investment in human development to alleviate poverty, generate employment opportunity and improve living standard of people.

Health Specialist Dr. Waseem Khalid said the government is taking good initiative for functioning of Nephrology department at PIMS where almost 80 patients are daily availing the facility of free of cost dialysis.

Economist Dr. Noor Fatima said investment in human resource development will lead the nation to achieve height of progress and development.