Life-saving medicines sent to Pakistan


LAHORE: Al Mustafa Welfare Trust (AMWT), a charitable organization based in London, sent a container to Pakistan containing life-saving medicines and equipment. The value of the modern equipment and medicines is worth Rs 7.5 million which would be used for the treatment of poor and needy patients in different hospitals in Karachi, Lahore and Muzaffarabad being run by Al Mustafa.

A ceremony was held at Hounslow Jamia Masjid, London chaired by Lord Qurban Hussain, while Chairman Al Mustafa Abdul Razzaq Sajid, councilor Shahida Meharban, Mushtaq Lashari, Ch. Abdul Majeed, Shafiqur Rehman, Mufti Jamshed Saeedi, Allama Rafique Misbahi, Dr Sohail Raza, Zubair Awan, Ifzal Kiani and others attended the event.

Lord Qurban Hussain during his address said that there was dire need of medical equipment in Pakistan to ensure the better treatment facilities. He said that he know Al Mustafa very well and he was satisfied over the performance of Al Mustafa and these equipment would definitely be used for the deserving patients. He said that he knows personally to Haji Mohammad Hanif Tayyab, patron chief of Al Mustafa.

Councilor Shahida said that charity begins at home and Al Mustafa was doing good job. He said that we were enjoying best food, clothes and housing facilities in England but a large number of people were living in miserable condition in the world. ” The modern medical equipment would improve the health care facilities in Pakistan” she observed.

Chairman Al Mustafa Welfare Trust Abdul Razzaq Sajid said that we bought these equipment by National Health Service (NHS) England and Haji Mohammad Hanif Tayyab would be received these equipment in Karachi. He said Al Mustafa would also introduce mobile operation theatre and two mobile operation theatres would leave for Pakistan in September this year. After crossing Europe, Turkey and Iran, this convey would reach in Quetta after cover more than 5000 Kilometer journey.

The medical equipment include incubators for new born babies, hospital beds, dialysis units, operating microscopes, anaesthesia, refrigerator, scale machines, baby warmers, operation theater tables, surgical instruments, screening chairs and others items.

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