ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday shared his new 12 months’s decision.
In a tweet, the premier mentioned his decision was to finish two bold tasks: common well being protection and making certain no one goes to sleep hungry.
“2020 was a tough year for us and for the people across the world because of COVID-19,” mentioned the premier. “But, by the grace of God, we fared better than most. We not only managed to protect our people but also saved them from hunger.”
PM Imran Khan mentioned his authorities was “moving forward to making Pakistan a welfare state”, including that the Ehsaas Programme supplies social safety, including that the federal government’s well being card scheme supplies the poor with correct medical entry.
“My new year resolution for 2021 is to complete two projects,” he mentioned. These embrace offering “universal health coverage to all citizens”, which, the premier famous, has already been rolled out in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and is to be launched in Punjab and Gilgit Baltistan quickly.
He hoped different provinces would replicate this progamme.
For the second decision, the premier mentioned his authorities would begin its “most ambitious nationwide project ‘Koi Bhuka Na Soyay’ [no one should sleep hungry] under the Ehsaas Programme”.
“By the end of the year, these two projects will move us closer to our goal of making Pakistan a welfare state,” he added.
Responding to the premier’s tweet, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar mentioned the Sehat Sahulat Programme has already been launched in seven districts throughout the province and is masking 500,000 households.