Pakistan Tehreek-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan Thursday stressed upon the need to focus on education and health sectors in the country over and above other development projects.
“No nation can move forward without paying attention to education and health sectors,” said Khan while addressing the National Health Conference.
Criticising the government’s metro bus project, the PTI chief said that the government should focus on the provision of clean water to people instead of launching such projects.
Deploring the unhygienic conditions of public hospitals, the PTI chief lamented that a child in Holy Family Hospital Rawalpindi had died after being bitten by a mouse at the hospital.
The PTI chief called upon the nation to stand against “tyranny and injustice” and support PTI in its protest against “rigging” in the elections.