SADIQABAD: Following particular directives from Chief of Military Workers (COAS) Common Qamar Javed Bajwa, an overweight Sadiqabad-based man, weighing 320 kilograms, was shifted to Lahore by way of Pakistan Military helicopter for his medical remedy on Tuesday.
Noorul Hassan, 55, is a taxi driver and resident of Sadiqabad metropolis of Punjab who had appealed the Military Chief on social media to supply him medical help for eliminating his weight problems.
Hassan was airlifted by way of Military helicopter as he couldn’t journey in an ambulance by means of highway as a result of his weight.
The 55-year-old man was taken out of his small home after breaking the primary door and wall by the rescue officers. He was later transported to a soccer floor in Sadiqabad onto a mini truck the place a helipad was common for helicopter’s touchdown.
The ailing man will endure surgical procedure at a non-public hospital in Lahore with a view to cut back his weight.
The Military Chief took discover of Hassan’s attraction and directed to supply help to the ailing man.
In response to ARY Information consultant, Hassan is prone to endure a surgical procedure at a non-public hospital in Lahore on subsequent Friday or Monday, nevertheless, the date is but to be finalised till medical doctors assessment well being situation of the affected person.
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Earlier on July 31 final yr, the Chief of Military Workers Common Qamar Javed Bajwa had set an instance of a humanitarian act by providing employment to a handicapped woman who got here out to vote within the common elections.
Video footage of the woman named Fajar went viral after she braved all odds and obstacles and are available out to vote at a Lahore polling station.
Director Common Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) Main Common confirmed that Fajar was supplied a job at organisation managed by the military.
She would even be given a possibility to pursue additional research. The military chief additionally counseled her braveness and bravado.
“Women like Fajar are a ray of hope and image or braveness,” the military chief was quoted as saying.
Fajar gave a message on election day urging individuals to come back out and vote because it was their nationwide obligation. She stated that the vote is wasted if individuals keep away and it was a possibility to alter their future.