Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak and PTI Chairman Imran Khan handing over Sehat Sauhlat Card to a deserving person during the inaugural ceremony of the second phase of the program.

PESHAWAR, 31 August: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government on Wednesday extended the Sehat Sahulat Program to the entire province.

The second phase of the program was inaugurated by Chief Minister Pervez Khattak and PTI Chairman Imran Khan during a ceremony held here.

Addressing the ceremony, Pervez Khattak said the Sehat Sahulat Program was initially launched for Chitral, Kohat, Mardan and Malakand whereas it had been extended to the entire province.

He added that more than 15 million people would be benefited from the program.

The chief minister informed that 1.8 million families of the province would be given health cards under the program, for which Rs5362.2 million had been allocated. He maintained that up to eight members of each family would get free health facilities at government as well as designated private hospitals. Each family could avail health facilities up to Rs540,000 in a calendar year.