11 Kids from Pakistan to Get Free Heart Surgeries in India

by VR Sreeraman on Sep 7 2008 10:26 AM

As many as 11 Pakistani children hailing from different parts of Sindh province would arrive in India today for free heart surgeries, which have been arranged by the "Rotary international Project for Life".

While surgery on eight children will be performed at Bangalore, three would be carried on in Chandigarh, reported the Dawn.

Danish and Mohammad Adil, the twin sons of a labourer haviling from Tando Mohammad Khan, Mohammad Nooh Babbar will be amongst the 11 children going to India for the heart surgeries.

According to the paper, Nooh Babbar said that he was a poor man and had no money for the heart operation of his twin sons. He thanked the Rotary club for arranging the heart operations of his sons free of cost.

He said nine more children from other parts of Sindh would also leave for India with their parents for the heart operation. He confirmed that all of them had received the relevant documents.