LAHORE - Only healthy people can ensure the creation of a prosperous society while quality healthcare and education to the poor can prove instrumental in the development of a country. Pervaiz Malik, PML-N candidate for by-election in NA-123 expressed these views while addressing the inaugural ceremony of a free dispensary and hepatitis clinic here on Tuesday. The dispensary has been established under the auspices of Hepatitis Advisory Centre, founded by Dr Mohiuddin. Speaking on the occasion, Pervaiz Malik said that after his election he would strive to ensure quality healthcare to the people of his constituency. It is the manifesto of PML-N Patron-in-Chief Nawaz Sharif to provide good, modern and free healthcare and education to people, especially the poor, across the country, he pointed out. He vowed that he would follow in the vision of his Quaid in letter and spirit. In his speech, founder of the dispensary and clinic, Dr Mohiuddin lauded the social services of Pervaiz Malik for the welfare of the underprivileged. He highlighted the performance of Hepatitis Advisory Centre and said that it had been making strenuous efforts for the eradication of hepatitis which had reached alarming proportions. He called on the well-to-do people to come forwards and join the fight against the menace of this fatal disease. Dr Mohiuddin disclosed that he would establish a free modern hepatitis laboratory in collaboration with Pervaiz Malik. Akhlaq Ali Khan, Raja Naeem, Muhammad Ramzan, Muhammad Ashraf, Rashid Mehmood and Dr Sohail were among the prominent who attended the ceremony. open kutchery Punjab Police Spokesman said that the programme of holding open kutchery on March 10 (today) in Sargodha has been postponed, on account of some urgent official engagements of Inspector General of Police Punjab Tariq Saleem Dogar. The people will be soon informed about the new date of holding open kutchery, the spokesman added. arrangements made City Traffic Police have claimed to make traffic arrangements on the occasion of NA-123 by election falling on Wednesday (today). As per details, two DSPs, two senior traffic wardens along with 71 wardens would discharge their duties at various polling booths in the provincial metropolis. SP Traffic Asif Khan said besides establishing one control room to address public problems other tangible arrangements have been completed to divert any kind of traffic in the time of need. Two traffic wardens will discharge their duties at a single polling booths while parking lot have been established outside the booth, he added.