Punjab becomes first province to launch Air Rescue Service Project

Punjab becomes first province to launch Air Rescue Service Project

According to Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar, the Air Rescue Service Project has been included in the annual development programme.

According to official sources, the cabinet standing committee on Finance and Development approved the inclusion of the air rescue service project in the ADP on Sunday.

According to the chief minister, Rs 1.16 billion has been set aside for the service. He stated that the Rescue Air Ambulance Service would assist in getting to high-risk and remote areas of the province.

He went on to say that this programme would provide speedy rescue services to injured people while also saving human lives.

According to Usman Buzdar, the project will revolutionise rescue services and was solely for the benefit of the public.

Opposition parties raising a ruckus over personal interests: Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar remarked on Sunday that opposition parties were unconcerned about people's problems.

He stated in a statement issued here that the opposition was not interested in doing anything to help people during the coronavirus and dengue pandemics. The opposition has lost its credibility among the public, according to CM, who added that the people were well aware that the opposition was creating a fuss over its own personal interests.

Usman Buzdar stated that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government was dedicated to serve the people.

Prioritize the provision of basic services to the general public: Muhammad Nadeem Qureshi, the Provincial Parliamentary Secretary for Information and Culture, stated on Sunday that the government's first objective is to provide basic facilities and modern municipal services to the people.

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