SIALKOT
Renowned singer and PTI Central leader Ibrarul Haq has said that roots of his party are getting deeper and deeper with every passing day among the masses and that the PTI will strive to come up to the public expectations.
Ibrarul Haq stated this while addressing a big public meeting at village Begowala, Sambrial tehsil here. He said that the PTI was pursuing an effective political strategy to give ‘tough time’ to the PML-N government during the upcoming LB polls, saying that the PTI was in very strong position to win the LB polls.
He said that the PTI had become the party and voice of the poor people and was striving hard to empower the poor by shattering decades-old monopoly of the feudal lords in the country politics.
Ibrarul Haq alleged that the incumbent rulers had failed to honour their political promises and commitments.
He ruled out the possibility of any political alliance with the PML-Q ahead of the upcoming LB polls in Punjab. He termed it propaganda against the PTI . He said that the PTI would protest at Nasir Bagh Lahore on December 22, 2013, saying that it would be a massive historical show against the sky-rocketing price hike in the country.
BETTER HEALTHCARE: The newly established cardiology and urology departments have started functioning at Civil Hospital Daska after the appointment of the specialist cardiologist and urologist there.
EDO (Health) Capt (r) Ziaul Hassan disclosed this while talking to the media. He added that cardiologist Zaheerud Din Babar and urologist Muhammad Abdul Majid Umer had been deputed at departments for providing advanced medical treatment of the heart and kidney diseases.
The EDO said that the Punjab government had allocated a special budget for providing free of cost medicines and medical facilities to the local patients. DHO Sialkot Dr Javaid Warraich and Patients’ Welfare Society President Zafar Malik were also present.
DEATH: Journalist Irfan Iqbal Mughal’s grandmother died after protracted illness. She was laid to rest in her native graveyard in Daska city in the presence of hundreds of mourners.