Sushma Swaraj Grants Med Visa To 5-yr-Old Pak girl, 3 Others

October 17, 2017 14:14
Sushma Swaraj Grants Med Visa To 5-yr-Old Pak girl, 3 Others

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Sushma Swaraj Grants Med Visa To 5-yr-Old Pak girl, 3 Others:- The External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj who is well known for addressing the grievances of Indians abroad, and who gets to know of their problems through Twitter has come to the rescue of a five-year old Pakistani girl, who is suffering from eye cancer, and three others.

The Indian High Commission in Islamabad has been directed by Swaraj to provide a medical visa to Anamta Farrukh, for her treatment in India. Swaraj’s help has been sought by the little girl’s parents.

“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.”

Swaraj further stated that another child from Pakistan, requiring bone marrow transplant was also 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.”

The External Affairs Minister, also announced that two Pakistani men were also being given medical visas for liver transplant, apart from these two children.

“We have approved medical visa for the liver transplant of your father Syed Baseer Imam Zaidi and pray for his long life.”

Swaraj was requested by Zaidi’s son to facilitate the visa approval for his father. In granting medical visas to Pakistani nationals, Swaraj has been taking a sympathetic approach, notwithstanding strain in ties between India and Pakistan over a host of issues, including cross-border terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.


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