Thursday, 18 July, 2024
logo
MISCELLANY
-
SOCIETY

Embassy of Pakistan holds free medical camp



embassy-of-pakistan-holds-free-medical-camp

By TRN Online, Kathmandu, Mar. 27: The Embassy of Pakistan in collaboration with the Nepal-Pakistan Friendship and Cultural Association (NPFCA) organized a Free Medical Camp at Jana Prabhat Higher Secondary School, Ward No. 13, Kalimati, Kathmandu on Saturday.

This was the 16th Edition of Free Medical Camp.

The Free Medical Camp was jointly inaugurated by C. P. Mainali, former Deputy Prime Minister, and Ambassador of Pakistan to Nepal Syed Haider Shah, and Deputy Mayor of Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Ms. Hari Prabha Khadgi.

Nepali doctors and para-medical staff (who had graduated from various medical intuitions of Pakistan) provided free services. Free medical treatment and three months’ medicines were provided to more than 400 men, women and children. Patients were apprised about preventive measures against COVID-19, the embassy of Pakistan said in its press release issued on Saturday, March 26.

Ambassador Shah also handed over a gift of Photocopy Machine to Hari Prabha Khadgi, Deputy Mayor of Kathmandu Metropolitan City for Jana Prabhat Higher Secondary School.

In her remarks, Deputy Mayor of Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Hari Prabha Khadgi, thanked the Embassy of Pakistan and NPFCA for organizing free medical camp in Kathmandu Metropolitan City and providing the free medical facilities to the deserving people. She praised Government of Pakistan and NPFCA for generously helping humanity. She also expressed gratitude for assisting the Jana Prabhat Higher Secondary School, read the press release.

In his remarks, C. P. Mainali, former Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal, recalled the deep and cordial relations between Nepal and Pakistan, thanked the Embassy of Pakistan and NPFCA for organizing free medical camps and expressed the wish for continuation of the spirit of cooperation between the two countries, the embassy said in its press release.

On the occasion, Ambassador Shah said that the Free Medical Camp was a reflection of people-to-people relations between Pakistan and Nepal. He thanked NPFCA, doctors and para-medical staff for upholding the spirit of serving humanity. Ambassador Shah also assured of Pakistan’s continued support for such medical camps in future as well.