Prime Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar officially launched 1122 ambulance service on Tuesday against 79 Tehsil in the state. In the first phase, a ceremony was held at the CM office to hand over 22 new ambulance keys to 11 Tehsil rescuers through a state CM. Initially, the ambulance service was launched in 1122 at Sharqpur Sharif, Safdarabad, Narang Mandi, Nowshera Virkan, Nurpur, Quaidabad, Kahror Pakka, Renala Khurd, Pindi Bhattian, Darya Khan and Jalalpur Pirwala Tehsils. The tehsil-level ambulance station consists of two ambulances and 29 staff. Prime Minister said that new emergency stations were built in 79 Tehsil and the city, providing new ambulances to provide emergency services in a timely manner. He added that emergency services will begin in these Tehsil by June.
To further streamline rescue services, he said, a service structure was also developed for rescuers to receive promotions. Punjab was the first state to introduce air ambulance services, which will bring a new identity to emergency medical assistance as air paramedics expand their reach to remote areas. “Every life is precious and timely treatment is right for everyone,” CM said. Minister Raja Basharat, Mian Khalid Mahmood, MNA Sanaura Masticel and Shawkat Bati, SACM Hasan Kawar, Secretary Information, DG Rescue 1122 and others were also present. The Prime Minister, who accused Mariam Aurangzeb of his careless remarks against Prime Minister Imran Khan, regretted that negative politics was PMLN’s preferred course of action.
The CM added that the spell scolding PMLN is equivalent to a pot that calls a kettle black, as Prime Minister Imran Khan is a leader of millions of Pakistanis and people love him for his qualities. Sardar Usman Buzdar has a polio eradication campaign on January 28, as 60,000 polio workers in Lahore, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Muzaffargarh, Rahimyarkhan, DG Khan, Rajanpur and Mianwali will vaccinate their children. He said it would last until the day. In a statement on Tuesday, he said a 100 percent vaccination target would be achieved in those counties. The commercial urged parents to vaccinate against polio to ensure a safe future. He added that he is confident that no cases of polio have been reported in the last 14 months.