LAHORE Alleging that principles of various medical colleges were refusing to take joining of recently regularised assistant professors due to personal liking and disliking, the Pakistan Medical Association officebearers said that it was hampering the government efforts of improving health service delivery in the province. Addressing a Press conference here at the PMA House on Sunday, PMA officebearers Ashraf Nizami, Tanveer Anwar, Izhar Ch, Ehsan-ur-Rehman, Yasmin Ehsan, Kamran Saeed, Salman Kazmi and Sabahat Habib Khan congratulated the doctors who have been regularised and specially thanked the Punjab Chief Minister and his team for fulfilling longstanding demands of medical community. The Punjab Health Department has issued orders for the regularisation of 360 APs in various specialities. The officebearers further added that as a result of the efforts of PMA Lahore very soon the appointment orders of regularisation of 400 senior registrars and 300 district specialists would also be issued by the provincial health department.