Govt implementing drastic measures for economic stability: Deputy PM

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ishaq Dar has said a committee has been constituted to address the challenges faced by medical education sector in the country.

Addressing first convocation of HBS Medical and Dental College in Islamabad today, he said the committee will assess demand and supply gap of medical education in the country.

Deputy Prime Minister said government has emphasized the provision of accessible and affordable healthcare facilities for everyone.

He said Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has undertaken various initiatives for strengthening medical education, enhancement of faculty and upgradation of medical infrastructure.

Ishaq Dar said we can transform Pakistan into a developed and prosperous country through collective efforts.

He said the government has taken drastic steps to ensure economic turnaround.

The Deputy Prime Minister further stressed for making sincere efforts to become a member of G20.

He said things are turning around and Pakistan is not more in isolation among
the comity of nations as claimed by certain critics.

Ishaq Dar expressed the confidence that the incumbent government will take the country to a new level of economic prosperity as envisaged by Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Muhammad Iqbal.

Source: Radio Pakistan