CM Shahbaz to inaugurate health projects in Faisalabad
FAISALABAD: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday visited the residence of MNA Shehbaz Babar in Samundri and went to the residence of his cousin Inspector Fida Hussain who was martyred in an encounter with terrorists last month.
He expressed his deep sense of condolence and said that he is actually our hero who had laid down his life for peaceful future of the coming generations.
MNA Talal Chaudhary was also present.
Later, the CM inaugurated the Asia's biggest Children Hospital in Faisalabad. This hospital is constructed at Jhang Road with an estimated cost of Rs 5 billion. It has consisted of 1000 beds with modern facilities.
The first phase of this project has been completed with Rs 1 billion and it includes Emergency Ward of 200 beds and Outdoor Patients Department (OPD).
Meanwhile, the CM also inaugurated Haseeb Shaheed Hospital to cater to the medical needs of Eastern Side of the city.
The CM also visited the Emergency and OPD of the Children Hospital and reviewed the facilities provided to the patients in the emergency and OPD.
He also attended a meeting in which he was briefed by the health officials about the progress of these health related projects in the Faisalabad.
State Minister for Water and Power Chaudhary Abid Sher Ali, Provincial Minister for Law Rana Sana Ullah Khan, Khawaja Salman Rafiq, Divisional Commissioner Momin Agha, RPO Bilal Siddique Kamiyana and CPO Faisalabad Afzaal Kausar were also present. (APP)