ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Iran has expressed the desire to boost collaboration with Pakistan in health sector.
This was stated by Iran’s Deputy Health Minister for Medical Education Bagher Larijani during the talk with Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Social Welfare Sania Nishtar in Islamabad.
Bagher Larijani said Pakistan and Iran should evaluate their capabilities in health sector and learn from each other’s experiences.
On the occasion, Sania Nishtar said Pakistan enjoys excellent relations with Iran. She also briefed the Iranian delegation about the working of Benazir Income Support Program (BISP) and Ministry of Poverty Alleviation.
Earlier, Dr Sania Nishtar said around eight hundred thousand non-deserving people have been excluded from the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP
Addressing media briefing in Islamabad, the special assistant said that the government has decided to exclude the non-deserving people from BISP to bring transparency and merit in the program. She said around eight hundred thousand people have been disqualified from the program to give space to the deserving people.