Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation chairman Bill Gates has announced to increase financial aid for Islamabad.The announcement comes days after the United States suspended security assistance to the country.This was reportedly mentioned in a letter sent by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to the Minister for National Health Services (NHS) Saira Afzal Tarar.The letter, a copy of which is available with Pakistan Daily Dawn, suggests that Director General (DG) of Health Asad Hafeez should be chosen for communication between the ministry and the Foundation.The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has routinely provided aid to Pakistan to help eradicate polio from the country.

He said Bill Bill has nominated his technical team and he hopes to meet the representatives of the early ministry. Will finalize its support in different fields. He said that the Foundation has given up to 72 billion rupees till now. And this is likely to increase the amount of future assistance. It is believed that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation special vaccination campaigns provide technical and natural resources to provide routine protection, and even in the past. The sole purpose was to support the polio eradication campaign, but the recent discussion indicates that the Foundation wants to increase its support in other areas of Health. It is the last trumpet management of Pakistan’s security in Pakistan. The aid was stopped and the US State Department spokeswoman Heather Noret told Washington The announcement made by it is not forever and will only affect military assistance. Heather said the Pakistan’s decision against the target killers of the target killers of US and the region in the region. Earlier this year, the cancellation of aid will continue till the end of the year. Earlier this year, the US President Donald Trump said in a tweet that the US made foolish help with Pakistan more than $ 33 billion in 15 years. Of Pakistan, instead of support, we did not give anything except lies and frauds, while he thinks our leaders foolish. He alleged that Pakistan provides safe shelter to terrorists and will help minorities in targeting terrorists in Afghanistan, but it will not do so now.