Dispensary opened at Press Club – The News International

Rawalpindi:Punjab Health Minister Dr. Jamal Nasir has said that basic health facilities are the basic right of every person and that the government is trying to provide basic health facilities to the journalist community as well for their welfare. He said that funds will be provided to various press clubs by the Punjab government, says a press release.

He expressed these views on the occasion of ‘Meet the Press’ after inaugurating the establishment of a dispensary for journalists at the Rawalpindi Press Club. Director Health Dr. Ansir Ishaq, CO Health Dr. Riyaz, President Rawalpindi Press Club Anwar Raza, Secretary Khalil Raja, In-charge Shakeela Jalil besides a large number of print and electronic media journalists were present on this occasion.

Dr. Jamal Nasir said that in the health sector in Punjab, not so much work has been done in three and a half years as we have done in three months. He said that only cure for corruption is that we should remember life hereafter. Dr. Jamal Nasir said that efforts will be made to conduct free tests of various types for all journalists and all facilities from tests to treatment will be provided.

Answering the questions of journalists, Health Minister Jamal Nasir

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