GUJRANWALA: Imran Khan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Thursday said that his party’s government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would not make any compromise on health reforms.
“No matter what doctors do against the government’s decision, we would not backtrack from our agenda of health reforms,” Imran said while addressing a rally in Gujranwala.
He said that government hospitals in the province are not being privatized, adding that they would be brought at par with the private hospitals.
Criticizing Lahore’s Orange Line Metro Train project, the PTI chairman said that Rs 200 billion borrowed money is being spent on the project.
He claimed that the government would have to spend Rs 6 billion annually in order to make the metro bus project sustainable.
On the occasion, Imran welcomed veteran politician Hamid Nasir Chattha on joining PTI.