WB approves loan of 258 million dollars for Pakistan


World Bank (WB) has accorded approval to 258 million dollars loan for strengthening basic health care and human resources in Pakistan.

The funds have been approved by WB Board of directors.

According to statement issued by country director of WB funds amounting to 258 million dollars have been approved for Pakistan which will be spent on strengthening basic health care and human resources.

Country director WB further said reforms will be introduced to get better access to health facilities in Pakistan. Help will be provided in fortifying provincial health system. Not only health care coverage and supply of medicines will be improved but also better facilities of basic health will become available to people of 20 districts.

The state of the art system of registration of the patients will be set up with the WB assistance.

ISLAMABAD, June 08 (Online): The affectees of Islamabad sector E-12 have met the Chief Justice (CJ) Islamabad High Court (IHC) and requested him to take action against the CDA for not implementing IHC decision.

The CJ IHC Athar Minallah assured the affectees that implementation of IHC order will be ensured.

Later talking to media men the affectees said the issue is running since the last 35 years. Those who were children have now grown up and they have their children. High court had given decision on June 14, 2021 in favor of the affectees. Despite the high court orders decision has not been implemented so far. The land is being illegally occupied and grabbed in defiance of court’s orders and they are being ejected.