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External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today came to the aid of a sick Pakistani national by giving him a medical visa for his liver transplant surgery in India. "Yes, we are granting visa for your father's liver transplant surgery in India," Swaraj tweeted in reply to a Pakistani resident Hamid Ali Ashraf, whose father Mohammed Ashraf is to be treated at the Max Hospital in Saket here. "Thank you so much mam thank u. I am heartly greatful to you mam.
It is really a great deed towards humanity," Ashraf said in reply to Swaraj's gesture. He had earlier put out a series of tweets since the start of this month while tagging Swaraj and urging her to grant him a medical visa. "Respected mam please help us. My father need liver transplant his condtion is very bad please issue the visa I request you mam please," Ashraf earlier tweeted. Swaraj has accorded her nod in the past to many Pakistani nationals seeking to get medical treatment in India.
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