Human Rights Minister offers subvention to 10-year-old Christian girl suffering from chronic liver disease

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Federal Minister for Human Rights Kamran Michael has assured to provide subvention to the 10-year-old Christian girl suffering from chronic liver disease. Sneha Shehzad, a Christian minor has been languishing since more than a year. Previously, Kanwal Shehzad, father of Sneha had urged the Prime Minister to help him in bearing the expenses incurred owing to Sneha’s treatment.

Sneha Shehzad liver patient

Kanwal Shehzad works at a garments factory in Karachi. In a plea he had disclosed that he was able to earn thirteen thousand Rupees per month and was unreservedly unable to bear the expenses of Sneha’s treatment. His both daughters were out of the school owing to the fact that Kanwal Shehzad had no means to afford their education.

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Sneha has remained in critical condition previously, when a local hospital showed averseness to administer treatment to her. Kanwal Shehzad approached a team of Indian doctors visiting Pakistan for a medical camp, who briefed him that Senha’s liver transplant will cost about 40 lac Rupees.

Federal Minister Kamran Michael met with the Christian family and announced a grant for educational expenses of Sneha and her sister. He said that he was thankful to Government of Punjab for allocating a grant of 40 lac rupees for Sneha’s treatment. He said that MPA Kanji Ram had also been instrumental in this regard as he had put in great efforts.

“I am thankful to Kamran Michael who offered guidance and support to us. He comforted us, along with bearing all the responsibility of Sneha’s treatment. He told us whatever the expenses are we take responsibility for her treatment,” Kanwaed Shehzad stated.

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