Pakistani woman wants cancer treatment in India: Asks Sushma Swaraj for help

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New Delhi: A woman suffering from cancer in Pakistan has requested the Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj to help her in coming to India for treatment after the Indian Embassy rejected the visa application. Faiza Tanveer (25) is considered to be extremely serious, the oral tumour is battlingĀ Ameloblastoma. According to the news of the Pakistani media, she wants to show up at Indraprastha Dental College and Hospital (IDCH) in Ghaziabad and has already given Rs 10 lakh for treatment.

Girl’s return from Pakistan will be married

Two years ago, Pakistan girl is going to get married to a silent deaf person returning to India. All the expenses of this marriage will be borne by the Madhya Pradesh government. To this, Kanyadan is also CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan.

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Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said that the boy whom Sarah will tell will be married to him. At about 10-12 years of age, Gita had gone to Pakistan in error. There he grew up in the Eidhi Foundation. About two years ago, on the initiative of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, she was brought to her native place and kept in Indore. The Foreign Minister has been coming here to meet him many times. On the part of the government, the grant amount will also be given to the organization.

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