Punjab CM maryam nawaz announces free medicine distribution initiative.

Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz has unveiled plans to roll out a scheme for the distribution of free medicines across Punjab, aiming to alleviate healthcare burdens for thousands of households.

Maryam Nawaz affirmed that 0.2 million households would receive complimentary medicines for two months, delivered directly to their doorsteps, targeting diseases like hepatitis, tuberculosis, and more.

Speaking at a ceremony, the Punjab CM underscored the swift implementation of welfare projects, including the provision of free medicines, demonstrating her administration’s commitment to public health.

Additionally, Maryam Nawaz disclosed ambitious healthcare initiatives, including the establishment of a state-of-the-art cardiology hospital in Sargodha and a cancer hospital in Lahore. She also announced the launch of a project featuring 200 mobile clinics to enhance healthcare accessibility.

Expressing her familial legacy, Maryam Nawaz acknowledged the welfare initiatives spearheaded by her father, Nawaz Sharif, and her uncle, Shehbaz Sharif, pledging to uphold their legacy by delivering top-tier healthcare facilities across Punjab.

With a vow to ensure the highest quality healthcare services across all 36 districts of Punjab during her tenure, Maryam Nawaz reaffirmed her dedication to advancing public welfare.

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