LAHORE - Punjab Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi took another step for the facilitation of citizens under which the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) will provide documents or NOCs (no objection certificates) to people at their doorsteps. The initiative was taken in a meeting of LDA Governing Body chaired by the caretaker CM here on Saturday. The meeting was granted approval to launch a programme ‘Dastak’ for delivery services of documents at the doorstep of applicants. The documents would be provided free of cost at the houses of elderly applicants of more than 75 years of age. To launch the delivery service of documents to the applicants residing in other cities was reviewed during the meeting. Approval was granted to install billboards on the property of LDA and the report of a committee to impose afresh sewerage trunk infrastructure charges was reviewed in the meeting. The committee being constituted to review afresh sewerage and drainage charges in the big private localities submitted its report. It was decided during the meeting that College Road would also be constructed along with the Akbar Chowk fly over. The amended PC-1 was granted approval during the meeting to include construction and extension of College Road in the project. Administrative affairs of the newly constructed sports complex was also reviewed in the meeting. The chief secretary, Members of the LDA Governing Body, chairman Planing and Development, secretaries of Finance, Housing, Local government, Commissioner/ DG LDA and officials concerned attended the meeting.
CM VISITS DHQ KASUR, REVIEWS HEALTHCARE FACILITIES
Punjab Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi on Saturday visited the District Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital Kasur and reviewed medical facilities being provided to patients. He inspected emergency, child ward and various other and inquired after health of patients and inquired from them about medical facilities. Mohsin Naqvi also inquired from the patients and attendants about provision of free medicines. The patients expressed their satisfaction over the provision of facilities in the hospital. Attendants of the patients complained about overcharging of parking. The CM ordered the MS to immediately redress overcharging complaints. He asserted that no negligence would be tolerated regarding the provision of free medicines to patients. The poor like the rich should be equally provided quality treatment facilities. He remarked that his visits to hospitals would continue for the provision of quality healthcare facilities to the common man. The chief secretary, commissioner Lahore, RPO and officials concerned were also present.