Islamabad, (TLTP) : Abrar ul Haq, Chairman, Sahara for Life Trust visited Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry and shared his plan with business community for building a state-of-the-art cancer hospital in Narowal at an estimated cost of rupees one billion.
He said that business community should come forward and cooperate with him in completion of this project as it was the biggest dream of his life to build this hospital. He said that cancer patients were increasing in the country, but availability of cancer hospital was insufficient due to which patients were facing great problems.
Haq informed he had decided to build a cancer hospital in Narowal to facilitate cancer patients in getting better treatment. He said that purchase of a cancer treatment linear machine was costing USD 2.5 million and he needed two such machines for hospital. He said that rooms and wards would be named after people on donating a certain amount for the hospital.
Giving details about Sughra Shafi Hospital, he said that this hospital has provided treatment to over 4 million patients so far, adding if Allah SWT willed, he will be able to build cancer hospital with the cooperation of nation.
Speaking on the occasion, Muhammad Ahmed Waheed, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry said that besides working for serving the cause of business community, ICCI was taking active part in welfare activities. He assured that ICCI in cooperation with traders and industrialists would donate significant amount to Abrar ul Haq for cancer hospital. He also lauded the services of Abrar ul Haq for building Sughra Shafi hospital, medical college and now cancer hospital in Narowal. He urged people to fully cooperate with Abrar ul Haq in this noble cause.
Mian Akram Farid, Chairman Founder Group also assured Abrar ul Haq that ICCI would fully cooperate with him in building cancer hospital. Tahir Abbasi Senior Vice President and Saif ur Rehman Khan Vice President ICCI also assured Abrar ul Haq that business community would fully support him in his noble cause. Muhammad Aslam Khokhar, Khalid Chaudhry, Mian Arif, Tahir Ayub, Sohail Sethi and others also assured to cooperate with Abrar ul Haq in building of cancer hospital.
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