The Balochistan Cabinet, under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo, has approved a health card program for all families in the province. The aim of the program is to ensure quality healthcare facilities for local residents. The program will provide health cards to families for three years, and an amount of Rs5 billion has been allocated for the purpose.
During the cabinet session, a total of 63 points were discussed, and the new advertisement policy was also approved. The approval of this policy is considered a significant step towards strengthening digital media in the province. Furthermore, a policy was also approved to provide jobs to the heirs of deceased employees, fulfilling one of the long-standing demands of retired employees in Balochistan.
Various schemes were also approved for the promotion of sports activities in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan. The cabinet has also decided to make the Shahid Afridi Cricket Academy functional to promote cricket in the province.
Chief Minister Bizenjo urged the cabinet members and officers to ensure the implementation of the cabinet decisions. He emphasized that every decision must be implemented in letter and spirit without any delay. This move is expected to have a positive impact on the lives of people living in Balochistan, who have long struggled with limited access to quality healthcare facilities.