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Maryam proposes that critics cater to the public, thus increasing the likelihood of their videos going viral as well

During the inauguration of a field hospital in Lahore, Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz encouraged her critics to engage in public service, suggesting that this would also raise their visibility. She urged them to step out of their confines and actively contribute to society.

Expressing her aspiration to bring healthcare services closer to the people, she lauded the successful implementation of the field hospital project.

Highlighting its comprehensive facilities akin to a clinic, she emphasized the availability of lady health workers, outpatient services, immunization, emergency surgery, and various diagnostic and pharmaceutical services.

Maryam Nawaz affirmed the Punjab government’s commitment to providing healthcare access to the underprivileged, emphasizing modernized medicine storage and the continuation of the health card program initiated by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

She noted the establishment of hospitals with 10 beds each to support this initiative, ensuring broader accessibility beyond referral-based healthcare.

The Chief Minister also announced the imminent construction of Pakistan’s inaugural state-of-the-art cancer hospital, slated to commence operations within a year.

She emphasized the round-the-clock construction efforts for this facility and reiterated plans to establish modern hospitals in every Punjab district.

Maryam further clarified misconceptions regarding the forthcoming air ambulance service, asserting its focus on serving the underprivileged. She countered criticisms alleging wasteful spending on motorway construction, highlighting the nationwide benefits derived from the extensive motorway network.


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