Pharmacy

CM agrees to solarization of PIC

LAHORE: A meeting was held under the chairman of the prime minister in his office to discuss matters pertaining to the Punjab Institute of Cardiology. PIC CEO Dr. Bilal Mohyuddin inquired about the institutional performance and added that free medicines were given daily to about 2,500 patients.

The Prime Minister approved the purchase of a new CT scanning machine and thallium scanning machine for the Punjab Institute of Cardiology and instructed the Department of Health and Medical Education to take the necessary steps to purchase the machines without delay. He added that a new pharmacy would also be set up for free medicines so that patients would not have to go upstairs to get their medicines.

The Prime Minister approved solarisation of PIC and ordered a plan to be drawn up in consultation with the energy department. Likewise, steps should also be taken to regularize the contract workers according to the formulated policy, he added. The prime minister said a plan should be drawn up for the expansion of the pharmacy stores and added that the plan for the construction of the cardiology tower is being finalized in collaboration with the C&W department. In addition, the recruitment must be done according to the rules and regulations for the approved vacancies of concierge and security personnel, he said.

VISIT RAIWIND: The Prime Minister visited the international Tablighi Ijtema in Raiwind and met the Ameer of the international Tablighi Jamaat Maulana Nazar-ur-Rahman.

He also met Maulana Ahmad Laat and other scholars, including Maulana Ibrahim, who was from India. Maulana Nazar-ur-Rahman and Maulana Ibrahim prayed for the stability, peace and prosperity of the nation. Hafiz Ammar Yasir MPA, Rasikh Elahi, Hamesh Khan and Dr. Nadeem Ashraf of Tablighi Jamaat, Imtiaz Ghani, Anwaar Ghani, Muhammad Amir Ehsan and other dignitaries were also present. The Ulema and religious scholars appreciated CM’s services to the religion and prayed for him.

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