Pak cancer patient calls Sushma maa minister grants her visa for treatment


New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has guaranteed of allowing a visa to a Pakistani lady – who is experiencing growth – for her treatment in India.

A Pakistani lady named Faiza Tanveer had asked for Swaraj to allow her a medicinal visa by saying that she ought to be given assistance as India is going to praise its 70th Independence Day.

“Ma’am you are mother for me. It would be ideal if you concede me visa on the event of India’s 70th Independence Day. It would be ideal if you help me thankyou,” Faiza Tanveer said in a tweet.

The External Affairs Minister passed on the choice of conceding the therapeutic visa to her on Sunday and tweeted, “A debt of gratitude is in order for your welcome on India’s Independence day. We are giving you the visa for your treatment in India.”

It is accounted for that Faiza is influenced with Ameloblastoma, an oral tumor which is forceful in nature, and need treatment from India.


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