SAPM says Government is ready for public private partnership

SAPM says Government is ready for public private partnership

SAPM says Government is ready for public private partnership

Special Assistant on Information and Broadcasting Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan said the Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf government is determined to take forward reform agenda in health sector.

She was addressing a ceremony in Islamabad on Sunday

She said the status quo forces that resist reforms will fail against the government’s strong commitment to improve health structure in the country.

The Special Assistant said the government is ready for public private partnership to ensure quality health facilities to people.


She invited overseas Pakistanis and social sector organizations to contribute to the government’s efforts to address health challenges. She said everyone has to play his role to overcome the negative health indicators of the country.

Earlier today, Special Assistant to prime minister Dr Firdous said Imran Khan is not afraid of accountability.

Special Assistant tweeted that Prime Minister Imran Khan isn’t afraid of accountability because he has nothing to hide.

She said in a tweet on Sunday afternoon the top court has ruled that he is sadiq and amin,

Dr Firdous added PM Khan’s worst political rivals have tried unsuccessfully to convict him in corruption cases.

“The PML-N leaders are engaging in politics over the new NAB ordinance,” she tweeted.


Imran Khan’s fight against corruption is still ongoing.

NAB responsible of probing into mega corruption cases and determined to root out corruption, she said in her tweets.

All government employees who have made extra bucks through illegal appointments, kickbacks or misuse of authority will be held accountable.

However, Honest officeholders have nothing to hide and they should continue performing their legal duties, she said.

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