Rafique directed officials to prepare a presentation on performance of well being centres in 14 districts
Adviser to Chief Minister on Well being Khwaja Salman Rafique. PHOTO: WASEEM NIAZ
The federal government will rethink shedding staff of the Punjab Rural Help Programme on humanitarian grounds, Adviser to the Chief Minister on Well being Khawaja Salman Rafique stated on Thursday. “Worrying about staff we now have to put off is just not a coverage. Offering high quality healthcare via environment friendly use of funds is.” Rafique was speaking to a delegation of staff of the PRSP who had referred to as on him on the workplace of the Main and Secondary Well being Division.
Parliamentary Secretary Imran Nazir, Admin Secretary Adnan Zafar, Well being Providers Director Basic Mukhtar Hussain and Laws Division Further Secretary Tahir have been current on the assembly. Nazir informed the delegation that the federal government had no intention of firing PRSP staff. “Nevertheless, you aren’t authorities staff,” he stated. He stated the case of PRSP staff can be thought-about on humanitarian grounds.
Rafique directed officers to organize a presentation on efficiency of well being centres in 14 districts which the PRSP oversaw. “We have to rationalise funds so that a case for reconsidering the PRSP’s place might be introduced to larger authorities.”
Revealed in The Categorical Tribune, April 29th, 2016.
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