Bill Gates praises ‘Sehat ka Insaf’ campaign in KP
ISLAMABAD: Billionaire philanthropist and chairman of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill Gates on Wednesday telephoned PTI chief Imran Khan and expressed grief over Peshawar school attack that claimed 150 lives, mostly students among them, ARY News reported.
During the conversation, Gates hailed Imran’s initiative of launching ‘Sehat Ka Insaf’ program in Khyber Pakhtonkhwa. He termed the initiative as ray of hope for children of Pakistan.
While praising the KP government for this landmark initiative, he stressed the need to launching more such projects.
The Microsoft’s co-founder also praised Pakistan Army for their role in providing security to polio vaccinators.
Imran said eradication of polio was key to healthy Pakistan.