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Balochistan to get its first cardiac institute

PM Khan performed its groundbreaking on Friday

SAMAA | - Posted: Mar 29, 2019 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
Posted: Mar 29, 2019 | Last Updated: 3 years ago

PM Khan performed its groundbreaking on Friday

Balochistan is going to get its first cardiac institute. Prime Minister Imran Khan performed its groundbreaking on Friday.

The Balochistan Health Complex is being built as a part of the UAE-Pakistan Assistance Programme.

There was no cardiac institute in Balochistan and It was difficult for people with heart problems to travel all to way to Karachi or Lahore from Balochistan, said PM Khan. “It was necessary to build this,” he said.

“Those in power before me visited London more often than Balochistan,” he lamented.

The premier said that the complex would provide treatment for different ailments and announced that a facility would be built for cancer patients too.

“We need to make a master plan for Quetta too.” The city has been expanding horizontally and now we need to plan its sewerage system and infrastructure, he added.

He also performed the groundbreaking of the Quetta-Zhob Dual Carriageway. The premier said that it will prove to be a “game changer” for Pakistan.

The Pakistan Army as well as the federal and Balochistan governments will work together on the project, he added.

The ceremony was attended by Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan, among others.

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