Now a 5-yr-old Pak girl diagnosed with cancer to get medical visa

Continuing with her show of humanity as per Indian traditions, the External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has approved medical visa immediately to a five-year-old Pakistani girl. The girl is suffering from eye cancer and is to be treated in India. The child’s parents had sought Swaraj’s help after which she directed the Indian Commission in Islamabad to grant the medical visa to the ailing child.

“There is a request for medical visa for 5 year old child Anamta Farrukh who is suffering from eye cancer for her treatment in India. I have asked @IndiainPakistan to issue medical visa for treatment of the child in India immediately,” she said on Twitter yesterday. She also said another Pakistani child requiring bone marrow transplant was being given visa for treatment in India. “We are giving medical visa for the bone marrow transplant surgery of your son in India. I pray for his early recovery here,” Swaraj said to the father of the boy, identified as Shehriyar. Swaraj announced that two Pakistani men were also being medical visas for liver transplant. “We have approved medical visa for the liver transplant of your father Syed Baseer Imam Zaidi and pray for his long life,” she said.

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