MUZAFFARGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said we will leave no stone unturned to provide basic medical facilities to the people across the province.
He said this while speaking at the inauguration of expansion project of 250 beds in the Recep Tayyip Erdogan Trust Hospital in Muzaffargarh on Tuesday.
Shahbaz Sharif said, “It is an important day as the state-of the art Recep Tayyip Erdogan Trust Hospital is being expanded to 350 beds with the cooperation of Turk government and people.”
He said another milestone in Pak-Turk friendship has been achieved. The chief minister added, “A modern and splendid hospital equipped with latest facilities has been set up in Muzaffargarh and it is a glorious example of help and assistance by Turkey.” He claimed, “There is no other hospital of this kind in Pakistan.”
The CM said the cooperation extended by Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the people of Pakistan during the floods of 2010 could never be forgotten.
Shahbaz said the people of Pakistan will always remember the sincerity and brotherhood of the Turk leadership.
He said the Muslims of the sub-continent fully supported their Turk brethren in the war of independence. He said, “The Turk president has not only set up a hospital in Muzaffargarh but also sent doctors for running this hospital.” He said modern healthcare facilities were available in the hospital and treatment and medicines will be provided free to the patients.
Published in The Express Tribune, January 11th, 2017.