Published On: Wed, Feb 17th, 2016
Published in Category: Lahore

Concerned directed to accelerate work on Rawalpindi Institute of Urology

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Lahore: Secretary Specialized Healthcare & Medical Education Najam Ahmed Shah has directed concerned officers to accelerate the work on Rawalpindi Institute of Urology.

He directed officers of Building Department to prepare timeline and schedule of civil works up to June and submit it within two days. Najam Ahmed Shah said that funds will be provided according to the speed of work for completion of the project.

He stated this while presiding over a meeting to review the progress of the work on Rawalpindi Institute of Urology and Kidney Transplant at Civil Secretariat, today.

Additional Secretary Health (Development) Malik Zaheer Abbas, Chief Planning Officer Abdul Haq Bhatti, officers of P&D as well as DCO Rawalpindi Sajid Zafar Dal, PML-N leader Hanif Abbasi, Principal Rawalpindi Medical College Prof. Mohammad Umar, Project Director RIU Prof. Mumtaz Ahmed and officers of Building Department attended the meeting through video link from Rawalpindi.

Project Director and officers of Building Department gave briefings about their requirements and steps for completion of the project. They told that more 150 million rupees will be spent up to June.

Secretary Health said that funds will be provided to the Building Department according to the speed on civil works of the project and there will be no hindrance in this regard. He said that Rawalpindi Institute of Urology is public welfare project upon which billions of rupees are being spent. He said that early completion of the project is necessary so that people could benefit from medical facilities.

Principal Rawalpindi Medical Collage Prof. Mohammad Umar told that the list of medical equipments for RIU has been prepared upon which about two billion rupees will be spent.}