Sushma Swaraj comes to the rescue of Pak national who wanted to get father treated in India
Hamid Ali Ashraf had earlier put out a series of tweets since the start of this month while tagging Swaraj and urging her to grant him a medical visa.india Updated: Oct 09, 2017 23:04 IST
External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday came to the aid of a sick Pakistani national by giving him a medical visa for his liver transplant surgery in India.
“Yes, we are granting visa for your father’s liver transplant surgery in India,” Swaraj tweeted in reply to a Pakistani resident Hamid Ali Ashraf, whose father Mohammed Ashraf is to be treated at the Max Hospital in Saket in New Delhi.
Yes, we are granting visa for your father's liver transplant surgery in India. https://t.co/Jl9iAroJki— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) October 9, 2017
“Thank you so much mam thank u. I am heartly greatful to you mam. It is really a great deed towards humanity,” Ashraf said in reply to Swaraj’s gesture.
Good thanks Alot..— Mmmm... (@Waqas_amjad) October 9, 2017
This is a great gesture by india..
We Pakistani Give u huge applause on it. Stay Blessed
He had earlier put out a series of tweets since the start of this month while tagging Swaraj and urging her to grant him a medical visa.
“Respected mam please help us. My father need liver transplant his condtion is very bad please issue the visa I request you mam please,” Ashraf earlier tweeted.
Swaraj has accorded her nod in the past to many Pakistani nationals seeking to get medical treatment in India.