Despite the repeated violation of the ceasefire by Pakistan, the relations between India and Pakistan may have been going very poor, but due to the special initiative of Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj, Pakistan’s four-month-old infantry Rohan will be treated in India. Rohan has a hole in the heart. Her parents are residents of Lahore, Pakistan. They will come to Jaipur hospital in Noida on 12th June to get Rohan’s heart surgery. After the arrival of Rohan’s JP Hospital, the first piediatric cardiologist Dr. Ashutosh Marwah will do his full investigation and will be operated by world-renowned pediatric cardiac surgeon Dr. Rajesh Sharma and his team.
Four-month-old infant Rohan is suffering from a very complex disease of the heart and her parents want to get her treatment at JP Hospital but she was not getting the visa.After several attempts to get the visa, Rohan’s father Kanwal Sadiq pleaded for Visa from Sushma Swaraj via Twitter to get the visa. On this, Sushma agreed to give visa to come to India for treatment. Sushma said on Kanwal Sadiq on Twitter: “Children will not have any problem due to the tension of the two countries.
Medical visa to Rohan will definitely be given for treatment. “The Foreign Minister advised Rohan’s parents to approach the office of the Indian Foreign Minister, located in Pakistan. After the humanitarian efforts of Sushma Swaraj, Rohana got a visa and she is on her way to the Jaypee Hospital, Noida, on the 12th of June via the Baga Border.
Dr. Manoj Luthra, CEO of JP Hospital said, “It is a matter of great honor for us to choose Jaypee Hospital from many of India’s hospitals for Rohan’s surgery. We express gratitude to him for the humanitarian assistance made by Sushma Swaraj. The kind of disease that Rohan has, it is very important to treat him on time. In such a way, the External Affairs Minister gave priority to human religion by keeping the tension of the two countries, which is a very good example. “