PM’s surgery in Lon­don

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION -

PARAS BASHIR GHUMRO

Pak­istan is on its road to the eco­nomic de­vel­op­ment and the gov­ern­ment has taken a num­ber of com­mend­able ini­tia­tives to im­prove the na­tional af­fairs in dif­fer­ent sec­tors, par­tic­u­larly the roads and high­ways. But is was very sad to see the Prime Min­istry of Pak­istan go­ing abroad for his treat­ment; he went to Lon­don for surgery as he has been there for sev­eral times over the past years for health prob­lem. It must be more than a guilt for a per­son who has been hold­ing this po­si­tion and work­ing as the Prime Min­is­ter, now for the third term in of­fice, to use the health­care ser­vices of a for­eign coun­try than that of his own. I do ac­knowl­edge and ap­pre­ci­ate his work that he has done in over­com­ing the tar­get killings and many other is­sues of Pak­istan; but still there is a gen­uine need to de­velop health care fa­cil­i­ties in the coun­try that could cater for the treat­ment of all pa­tients and emer­gency cases from the Prime Min­is­ter down to a com­mon man, with full ease, con­ve­nience and trust.

— Karachi

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