Caretaker Punjab cabinet in its first-ever meeting in the history of the city on Monday extended a big relief to freeing metro and orange line train services for students, senior citizens and differently-abled people. The notification of the decision was also issued soon after the meeting. Chaired by Punjab caretaker Chief Minister, Mohsin Naqvi, the meeting among others was attended by ministers, advisors, chief secretary, IGP, ACS South Punjab and secretaries. The cabinet also approved Rs 32,000 as minimum wages for labourers and sanctioned recommendations of a committee on admission policy to public medical and dental colleges 2023-24. It gave the go-ahead to constitute a cabinet committee to devise a policy to tackle smog. The CM ordered to initiate of effective steps to implement the policy on smog. The cabinet decided to set up an endowment fund with Rs one billion for journalists and their families. For the School Adoption Programme, it decided to extend the school landscape in the province besides extension in contractual employees of Violence Against Women Centres (VAWC) in Multan. The appointment of the Chairman and members for the LDA commission was also approved in addition to handing over Haji Abdul Qayyum teaching hospital Sahiwal control from SHC&ME to the P&SHC department. It also approved names for presidential and Quaid-i-Azam Police medals. The cabinet in its 25th meeting decided to establish Mental Health Authority under the Punjab Mental Health Amended Act 2014. Earlier, the CM was briefed about the development and road network projects of South Punjab while he directed the department concerned to accomplish these at the earliest. CM for quality treatment to poor kid with heart outside chest:Muzaffargarh DHQ Hospital witnessed the birth of a child having a heart outside of the chest and Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi ordered quality treatment for the infant. The infant, whose heart astonishingly protruded from its tiny chest naturally, left the medical staff utterly bewildered. Muhammad Qasim, the father of the kid, found himself in a deeply distressing situation, lacking the resources required to ensure the critical medical care needed for his newborn. In a desperate bid to save his beloved child, Muhammad Qasim was urgently referred to a hospital in Multan, seeking emergency medical attention. As the community unites in a collective effort to support this exceptional family during their time of need, the medical fraternity is closely monitoring this extraordinary case. However, in an unprecedented display of compassion and leadership, the Chief Minister of Punjab, Syed Mohsin Naqvi, has extended a lifeline to this child facing dire circumstances. Chief Minister Naqvi, unwavering commitment to the well-being of every Punjab citizen, promptly took cognizance of this heart-wrenching situation after media reports highlighted the plight of the family. In a remarkable act of compassion and dedication, Chief Minister Naqvi pledged that the Punjab government would cover the entire cost of the child’s treatment. He issued clear instructions to Provincial Minister Specialized Healthcare, Dr. Javed Akram, to ensure that no effort was spared in delivering the necessary medical care to the child. This heartwarming initiative serves as a beacon of hope for the poor family.