For the first time in the country, accountability is being held on merit: Prime Minister
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that for the first time in the country accountability is being held on merit while small mafias are sitting which are not allowing change to come.
Addressing the Insaf Doctors Forum, the Prime Minister said that there was pressure on hospitals in mid-June and doctors and nurses faced difficult times.
He said that it was feared that corona cases were increasing in the country and the next two months would have to be spent with caution while the quality of government hospitals in Pakistan was declining and the reason for the decline was due to nationalization.
He said that reforms are needed in hospitals, I want selection on merit in hospitals, we will bring reforms in all government hospitals, reforms will come gradually.
Addressing a function of Insaf Doctors Forum in Islamabad, Prime Minister Imran Khan also criticized political rivals.
He said that there are small mafias who are not allowing change to come, those whose interests will be affected will not allow change to come so easily, there were people in hospitals who were an obstacle to change but change came.
He further said that for the first time in the country accountability is being held on merit, he knows I will not be blackmailed, such a Prime Minister has come, he has to be held accountable whatever he wants, this is the decisive time for Pakistan.
It may be recalled that the action of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) by the opposition is termed as political revenge by the government while the Supreme Court has also ruled in this regard.