Reforms in health, education sectors need of hour: Rajwana

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MULTAN, July 08 (APP): Punjab Governor Malik Rafiq Rajwana has said that public-private partnership system has been suggested, as reforms in the health and education sectors was need of the hour.

Speaking at the residence of former MNA Sheikh Rasheed here, the Governor said that doctors should perform their duties at government hospitals efficiently and deligently to provide good health services to the patients.

He said that Punjab government was going to run big hospitals and educational institutions with the help of public-private partnership to improve standard of medical treatment and education.

He said that the government would provide more budget to health institutions, and free medical treatment facilities would be offered to the poor people.

He said that it was a need of the hour to adopt corporate culture and strengthen human resource sector for providing quality education and health facilities to people.

The Governor said that Multan Metro Bus project was being completed on  a fast pace, and after its completion, the people would be able to enjoy safe journey in air-conditioned buses.

He disclosed that the Multan Institute of Kidney Diseases and Children Complex Hospital would be inaugurated soon.