The Sindh government is promoting the WHO's "Health for All" theme: Bilawal
KARACHI: According to Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, his party’s platform calls for bringing healthcare to every home, and the Sindh people’s government has created world-class medical facilities as a shining example for other governments.
He applauded the World Health Organization’s theme, “Health for All,” in a statement sent from Media Cell Bilawal House on World Health Day, noting that this motto also appears in his party’s platform.
Bilawal emphasised that a significant portion of the population was experiencing record unemployment and inflation, and that many individuals were living below the poverty level. In such cases, the state must carry out its obligations in relation to public health.
He expressed respect to the medical personnel who are working around the clock to save the lives of their fellow people amid the corona virus outbreak, including the nurses, physicians, and lady health workers. He said, “The medical personnel who gave their lives while caring for the patients during the pandemic deserve a special place in our prayers.”
Public health, according to Chairman Bilawal, has always been one of his party’s main objectives.
The PPP Chairman claimed that the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC) and its cyberknife technology unit for cancer treatment are gifts of the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (NICVD) and its satellite network, Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT), Pir Abdul Qadir Shah Jilani Institute of Medical Sciences Gambat, and PPP government to the nation’s citizens.
With 1,200 beds, the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (ZABICVD) is the biggest free cardiology hospital in the world and demonstrates our dedication to ensuring that no Pakistani cannot get the necessary medical care due to financial constraints.