Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari mocked PTI chief Imran Khan on Tuesday for doing “unnecessary politics” on the next army chief’s appointment.
Bilawal addressed a program at the Dow University of Health Sciences’ Ojha Campus to celebrate 75 liver transplants. He stated that given the state of the economy, none of the coalition government’s allies or anyone else should speak about such matters in public.
He said the coalition government was tackling economic issues. He continued, “Pakistan is no longer a default threat.”
Bilawal said, “We can strengthen our healthcare system and improve healthcare delivery by joining hands with well-trained human resources.” “The upbringing of the healthcare system and its successful conveyance to the common man has always been our priority.”
Chairman PPP unveiled a Rs 500 million OPD complex comprised of four blocks. He performed the Oncology Unit Foundation’s groundbreaking and planted a tree.