Narendra Modi murderer of innocent people: Ch Sarwar

Staff Reporter

Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar has said Indian war hysteria has become a constant threat to regional peace.

In a tweet, he termed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi a murderer of innocent people of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

He said people of Bangladesh are also exposing the real face of Narendra Modi in their protests.

The Governor urged the Muslim ummah to raise its voice for the oppressed Muslims of IIOJK and India.

He said the entire Pakistani nation stands united and solid as a rock, behind their Kashmiri brethren.

Meanwhile, Founder of DBS Treatment in Pakistan, Executive Director Punjab Institute of Neurosciences (PINS) and renowned Neurosurgeon Prof. Dr. Khalid Mehmood has said that PINS has taken a good initiative for the treatment of Parkinson’s patients under which the process of purchasing (DBS Implants for Parkinson Disease) at a cost of Rs. 55 million has been started.

As a result, 40 patients suffering from this disease will be able to avail this facility simultaneously.

Talking to media here on Sunday, he said that under the Prime Minister’s Health Vision, Chief Minister Sardar Usman Bazdar and Provincial Health Minister Dr. Yasmeen Rashid patient-friendly policy, all facilities at the Institute will be provided free of cost to people suffering from tremors and muscle cramps.

In this regard, if the doctors feel the need for surgery after the medical examination of the patient, then not a single penny will have to be spent for the treatment at “PINS” and the patients will have modern medical facilities in their own country like abroad.

Prof. Dr. Khalid, quoting Parkinson’s said that patient’s hands tremble and it is not difficult but impossible to hold a cup of tea or a spoon to his mouth.

Similarly, in people with Parkinson’s the nerve cells in the brain die and it happens in the deepest part of the brain, in the part from which many movements of the human body are controlled and which gradually merges with the cerebral cortex.

The initial symptoms of the disease begin to appear ten or twenty years before its full spread, while about 60 to 70 percent of these cells are affected, then the symptoms of Parkinson’s begin to appear, he added.