By Hamid Khan Wazir
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: In what appears to be a commendable move, the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has decided to run a well-coordinated nationwide awareness campaign regarding Coronavirus on the special instructions of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The PTI Chief Organizer Saifullah Khan Nyazee issued emergency directives to all PTI regional Presidents including Punjab, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Sindh, Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) to launch an effective nationwide awareness campaign pertaining to Coronavirus across the country to deal with the menace.
According to the press statement issued by the PTI Central Media Department, he said that the campaign would be launched under a well-thought-out plan to prepare the countrymen as how to tackle with the chronic disease.
The PTI Chief Organizer Saifullah Khan Nyazee said that under the campaign, the people will be educated pertaining to the modern preventive measures against Coronavirus.
Saifullah Nyazee urged the people should follow the necessary preventive measures and remain in their homes and avoided going out of their homes unnecessarily.
Saifullah Khan Nyazee He stressed the need that it is high time to unite the whole nation so as to fight out the life-taking disease, vowing that we could jointly defeat the Coronavirus with ease.
The Chief Organizer said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, the entire government is determined to cope with the challenging situation.
He went on to say that the PTI office-bearers and workers would run an effective and well-coordinated campaign to educate the masses regarding modern techniques of cleanliness and hygiene to counter the menace.
The PTI Chief Organizer Saifullah Khan Nyazee advised that it is important to aware people through an effective campaign by using mosques and Friday sermons and taking steps at grass root level to protect and encourage the people to strictly adhere to the preventive measures. He prayed for the speedy recovery of the patients affected by coronavirus.