LONDON: The household of bed-ridden Pakistani citizen in the UK arrived in Birmingham to fulfill him after they have been granted visa by the British Excessive Fee Islamabad after intervention from Pakistani authorities, ARY Information reported.
Thirty eight-year-old Nasarullah Khan, who has a terminal coronary heart situation, had requested the British Excessive Fee in Islamabad to grant visas to his household so he might meet them one final time and his request has been accredited.
Later, after his household arrived, he thanked Military Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa for making preparations for his household to go to him. He stated his household was contacted by the workplace of the Military Chief. “I feel him for taking concern about my drawback,” he stated.
Khan, a father of two, with weeks left to stay was advised to pay greater than £30,000 for his end-of-life care. He was refused a lifesaving transplant simply earlier than Christmas due to his immigration standing.
In keeping with Birmingham Dwell, Khan is at present in a fragile situation at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
Mr Khan entered the UK as a customer with ‘entry clearance’ that expired in 2011 however remained within the UK with out acceptable go away.
He’s thought to have a matter of weeks, if not days, left to stay, and would return house if his situation allowed as he’s determined to to be reunited along with his younger kids.
“It’s 9 years since I final noticed my 11-year-old son and my nine-year-old son,” he stated.
He’s being granted palliative care however has been advised he should foot the invoice, which is assumed to run into tens of 1000’s of kilos, though it’s more likely to be issued after his dying.
A fundraising enchantment and a web-based petition, which at present has almost 1,400 signatures, have now been launched to allow his spouse and two younger sons to go to him earlier than he dies.