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Services of doctors and paramedical staff are invaluable: Babar Silhari

By: Adeel Alvi

SUKKUR: The paramedical staff working on the front line is a benefactor of the nation. Abdullah Motahhari
We are always ready to deal with the situation of Corona virus. MS Dr. Zulfiqar
A delegation of Youth Assembly for Human Rights, an international human rights organization, on the direction of Central President Babar Silhari, Prof. Abdullah Motahhari, Provincial Coordinator National, led by Wood Control Movement Pakistan, visited Taluka Hospital Shahdad Kot. The services of Dr. Paramedical staff and hospital management are appreciated for performing excellent professional services despite limited resources. These views were expressed by Prof. Abdullah Motahhari Provincial Coordinator while talking to Medical Superintendent Dr. Zulfiqar along with the delegation. He further said that on the direction of Central President Babar Silhari, more wood kits and other safety equipments will also be handed over to the hospital management this month.
Medical Superintendent Dr. Zulfiqar thanked Central President Babar Silhari for providing wood kits to the youth and assured full cooperation for the services of Youth Assembly for Human Rights. Divisional Coordinator Sukkur Babu Mehr, Minority Coordinator Shahdad Kot. Arun Kagra, social leader Syed Kashif Shah and others were also present.

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