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Islamabad hospitals put on increased anxiety ahead of PTI long march

Hospitals in ISLAMABAD in the federal capital of Islamabad was placed on high alert higher authorities ahead of in arrival of Long March of the Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

The district administration supplied the state polyclinic, PIMS and CDA hospitals on on high alert and sent written instructions private medical equipment also.

A communiqué sent out to all District Health Officers (DHOs) states that hospitals must ensure all medical institutions and an increase in the number of beds.

The administration of the capital canceled holidays of all paramedical personnel and directed senior doctors of government-run hospitals in remain available online in case of any emergency.

Moreover, doctors of federal-run hospitals are prohibited from leaving Islamabad.

former prime minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan leading anti-government a long march that started from Liberty Street in Lahore on 28 of October.

The long march is likely to enter the federal capital on 11th of November.

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Sandra Loyd
Sandra Loyd
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