PPP promises Punjab best health facilities

Bilawal Bhutto set to address largest rally in Lahore's history on Jan 21, says Memon

Our Correspondent January 18, 2024
PPP leader Shajeel Memon addresses a press conference in Lahore. Photo: Express


Pakistan People's Party leader Sharjeel Inam Memon said on Tuesday that the PPP has entered the election arena with a manifesto focusing on providing the best health facilities for the people.

Addressing a news conference, he said the party would implement emergency measures to improve the economy once in power.

By implementing PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto's 10-point agenda, the country will experience development, he added.

Memon said "our brothers and sisters from Punjab are seeking medical treatment in Sindh". He said people had faced reprisal during the PTI's rule.

Memon said Bilawal Bhutto is set to address the largest rally in Lahore's history on January 21.

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He said people have discontent with PML-N's policies and governance. The smog condition of Punjab is evident to everyone. PML-N couldn't construct a hospital in Punjab in 15 years.

He said PML-N and PTI had failed completely in the health sector.

The PPP leader said the Election Commission should maintain a fair attitude towards all parties.

Sharjeel Memon emphasised that the People's Party's 10-point agenda aims to address prevailing issues.

He alleged that the narratives of PTI and PML-N revolve around power and revenge.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 18th, 2024.


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