Govt decides to bring law for protection of doctors: Awan

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Staff Report

Islamabad

Special Advisor to Prime Minister for information and broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan on Saturday said that Government has decided to bring law for the protection of Para- medic staff and doctors.

Talking to media men in Sialkot, she said those who are protectors of law unfortunately took law into their hands.

There is no room for such incident in a civilized society. She said government will take action according to law.

Taking jibe at opposition she said people have rejected the politics of opposition parties which is based on vested interests.

“Prime Minister Imran Khan is hurdle in the way of extravagances of opposition.”

She said that giving a deadline regarding Prime Minister by Maulana Fazal Ur Rehman is reflection of his negative thinking.

She said “Maulana you have failed in your mission and public has rejected you.”

People have seen sick face of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif while flying abroad.

She said custodians of law have trampled the law under their feet and strict action will be taken against those found responsible.

She said government has decided to bring a law for the protection of doctors and Para -medic staff.

She said previous government had derailed the economy but now it is heading towards improvement under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

She said positive news are coming related to economy at international level.

While criticizing PML-N spokesperson Maryam Aurangzeb she said Maryam Aurangzeb is bent upon proving her negative claims. Owing to ignorance she is misleading the people. The court had granted bail to Nawaz on humanitarian grounds.

She said when he went abroad then all the public had seen his face.

She said inquiries are running against political prisoner in National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and special plane was used for him.

Talking about economy she said, government has put the economy on right track and its benefit will be extended to the masses in the form of relief.

The SAPM pointed out that the world institutions are also acknowledging the improvement in country’s economy.

She said the government is committed to promote small and medium enterprises and ensure ease of doing business.

The Special Assistant said a committee has been constituted by the prime minister to resolve the refund issues of the exporters.

Addressing a ceremony at a college in Sialkot,  Firdous Ashiq Awan expressed the confidence that the people will see a new and better Pakistan next year.

She also expressed the commitment to fully empower the women to project a soft and progressive image of Pakistan.