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Cheap Politics: After thrown-out from different countries for having fake degrees, Pak doctors offer to provide services to people of Kashmir
9/9/2019 11:10:36 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 9: After being thrown out from different countries for having fake degrees, a group of Pakistani doctors have now indulged into cheap politics by announcing to cross Line of Control (LoC) to "provide aid and support" to the people of Kashmir.
Interestingly most of the Pakistani doctors, who were serving in different countries, have been blacklisted for fake degrees but they are going to provide medical support to people of Kashmir.
And secondly, thousands of patients from Pakistan every year visited India for advanced medical treatment but doctors of same country are desperate to provide medical assistance to the people of Kashmir.
These Pakistani doctors are doing this politics only to get sympathy of some radical groups of Pakistan so that they will join politics after such dramas.
According to media reports, on August 30, the University of Health Sciences (UHS) and Pakistan Society of Internal Medicine (PSIM) had signed a declaration that a multidisciplinary team of doctors would be sent to Kashmir.
It was also decided that the team would take the medicines along with it, Dawn news said in a report last week.
UHS Vice Chancellor Prof Javed Akram, who is also the founding president of PSIM, asked Indian authorities not to create hurdles and impose restrictions on the doctors' team.
"Professor" Akram said he, along with his team, had planned to cross the LoC on Monday after meeting the UN Representative in Muzaffarabad.
He said he would seek entrance for 21 doctors and, if not possible, they would ask Indian authorities to give access to only three doctors of UHS and PSIM on humanitarian grounds.
"We have decided to enter Kashmir from Chakothi with a truckload of medicines and relief goods though we have no idea at all of what the outcome would be on Monday," said Prof Akram.
Akram said he met the Indian High Commission's First Secretary (Economics and Commerce) Ashish Sharma on September 5 and handed him an application to issue visas to the doctors, but the diplomat said it was not possible to provide a safe corridor to doctors.
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