Jiddat Web Desk ::PTI government is mulling to uplift the facilities and performance of all three government hospitals in Rawalpindi including District Headquarters Hospital (DHQ), Benazir Bhutto Hospital and Holy Family Hospital. In order to achieve this new Mobile App has been developed to monitor the performance and facilities at all three hospitals in Rawalpindi.
The officials and superintendents of the management team belonging to Rawalpindi District Health Authority (DHA) are directed by the district administration to pay surprise visits to all three hospitals in Rawalpindi and send forward the healthcare system report to the district management using the new mobile app.
The new mobile application will accommodate the officials and superintendents to improve the quality of service and create a balance in the healthcare system in all three hospitals, sources said.
According to the officials, using the technology they would be able to monitor all necessary things including medicines, equipment in order to improve the performance of the hospital, the shortage of medicines can be intimated timely using the mobile app, similarly, other improvements could also be done with this app.
Truly remarkable, the Prime Minister of #Pakistan, @ImranKhanPTI just takes a surprise visit to DHQ hospital #Sargodha without any protocol, security or escort — He went bed to bed, listens to them and tried to connect with the common man in an attempt to listen to their problems pic.twitter.com/r0oIDlHCJ8
The DHA has also directed hospitals that are running Dengue control or HIV programs to improve their performance. Moreover, the District Health Authority (DHA) also demanded the report based on complaints received via a toll-free number (0800-99000) of healthcare centers. The healthcare authority also focused on ensuring all basic healthcare needs at the hospitals and uninterrupted power and water supply to them.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has also started a campaign paying surprise visits to various district hospitals in Punjab. He visited some hospitals in Punjab including Sargodha and Khushab and directed the district administration to improve the healthcare systems in the hospitals.
Jiddat Web Desk ::Sind govt plans crackdown on quacks, illegal clinics.. The PPP-led provincial government of Sindh has decided to initiate a province-wide crackdown against the quacks and illegal clinics working across the province.
As per the details, the Health Department and the Sindh Health Care Commission have decided to launch a crackdown across Sindh against the illegal clinics and a comprehensive plan in this regard had been formed.
According to the details, the decision to start a crackdown was taken during a meeting in Karachi jointly chaired by Director General Health Sindh Dr Masood Solangi and CEO of Sindh Health Care Commission Dr Minhaj Qidwai.
It has been decided during the meeting that the Director General Health would share the list collected from all district health officers to the Sindh Health Care Commission with the names of the quacks and also names of the doctor under whose name the clinics are been using for clinical practices.
Jiddat Web Desk ::How to Restore Deleted WhatsApp messages ? If you have deleted WhatsApp messages and important attachments by mistake on Android phones, you can still recover them. In this article, we will tell our readers about different ways through which they can recover deleted WhatsApp messages on Android phones.
One way to recover the WhatsApp chat history is by backups. You can get back WhatsApp chat history from the backups and even if you don’t have the backups, you can recover the deleted messages via automatic WhatsApp backups.
So to restore the messages, uninstall WhatsApp an then reinstall it. While reinstalling it WhatsApp will ask you to restore message history. Tap Restore and everything that is less than 7 days old will be restored.
If you want to restore WhatsApp messages from older backups, uninstall WhatsApp. Open the WhatsApp backup folder. Decide the backup file you want to restore. Change the name of the file from “msgstore-YYYY-MM-DD.1.db.crypt7” to “msgstore.db.crypt7” and then install WhatsApp again. Restore the messages, when WhatsApp prompts the message.So now WhatsApp users can easily recover their lost or deleted messages.
Jiddat Web Desk :: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday will take up the plea seeking ban on Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM), News reported.
Justice Amir Farooq will hear the case.Last week, a petition was filed in Islamabad High Court (IHC) against PTM for speaking against national institutes including Pakistan Army.
“Two FIRs are registered against party leader Gulalai Ismail over speaking against the state”, the applicant said. The applicant asked the court to put social media accounts of PTM leaders on halt. The application says PTM is even not a registered political party so it must be banned.
The application further said PEMRA stop coverage of PTM bigwigs on media. It may be recalled that, Pashtun Tahafuz Movement leader Gulali Ismail was named in First Information Reports’ (FIR) against them in different parts of the country after videos of her making illicit commentary against the state and it’s security institutes came to the forefront.
In the backdrop of the unfortunate Farishta rape and murder incident, PTM sympathizers lashed out and levied blame for the crime upon security agencies and the armed forces of the country.
Yesterday, Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) leaders along with their supporters had attacked an army check post in the former tribal region of Miranshah, martyring one soldier and injuring 5 others.