Pakistani child in need of medical attention gets Indian hope!

A Pakistani child suffering from disease got his father so worried that he raised an appeal on Twitter. His appeal was directed towards his own countryman, Pakistani Prime Minister’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz and Indian Foreign Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.

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But it wasn’t Sartaj but Sushma who responded to his plea and said that the child will not suffer and directed the Pakistani man to contact Indian Embassy. She also assured the Pakistani man that we will ‘give the medical visa.’

The man had tweeted his plea on May 24th and following the directions, given by Sushma Swaraj, Indian Embassy sprang into action.

Many Pakistanis thanked the Indian Minister who belongs to the Hindu nationalist party BJP which is widely seen as an extremist outfit and hated in Pakistan.

But before Sushma Swaraj it was an ordinary Indian who won the hearts for raising an appeal for the Pakistani child:

Last year, the Indian government had also provided details showing that between Jan-June 2016 899 Pakistanis came to India on Medical Visa while in 2015 the number stood at 1816.

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