CM extends ad hoc doctors’ contract by one year

LAHORE  –  Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar Saturday extended contract of ad hoc doctors and other staff of the Primary and Secondary Healthcare Department by one year.

The chief minister said that the decision would provide relief to thousands of ad hoc doctors and other staff. The chief minister also directed to ensure timely disbursement of the salaries of ad hoc doctors and other staff. He also directed to remove all the hurdles in the way of disbursement of salaries to the doctors of Primary and Secondary Healthcare Department. He said that the current government was fully aware of the problems of ad hoc doctors who were serving the ailing humanity. “The PTI government will leave no stone unturned in solving the problems of doctors in future as well. The government will also take all necessary steps for the betterment of the health sector,” he added. He assured that every possible step would be taken to facilitate the ad hoc doctors and other staff as the Punjab government appreciated the services of doctors, nurses and other paramedical staff.

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