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Balochistan announces to launch air ambulance service

Balochistan announces to launch air ambulance service

Balochistan announces to launch air ambulance service

Balochistan announces to launch air ambulance service

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QUETTA:  The government of Balochistan has announced to start air ambulance service for the first time in the history of the province.

Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Sarfaraz Bugti has said that instead of selling a plane, the government has decided to use it for public use, one of the two planes of the Balochistan government will be converted into an air ambulance.

Mir Sarfaraz Bugti said that service delivery is being improved in all sectors including health services in Balochistan, substantial results can be achieved by changing decision-making priorities.

He said that People’s Air Ambulance will be deployed for emergency transfer of patients.

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