Moosa Foundation organises free medical camp on Kashmir solidarity day
On the occasion of Kashmir Day 5th February 2022, a one-day free medical camp was organized by the (NGO ) Moosa Foundation in Baldia Town, attended by a large number of people and notable.
During the free medical camp, the chairman of Moosa Foundation Asif Moosa briefed the media said that this free medical camp was set up to show solidarity with the Kashmiri people on Kashmir day.
He added that the free medical camp has been organized in collaboration with Sindh Police, Sindh Solid Waste Management, Allied School, and K Electric in which experienced and specialists doctors examined the patients and provided free medicines as well wheelchairs and crutches to the disabled persons.
In addition to free tests in the medical camp, facilities for hepatitis B, C, sugar, cholesterol, and ECG tests were also provided its camp continued till 3 pm.
On this occasion, Asif Moosa said that the police often show a negative image while we are showing a positive face because our police are constantly cooperating with us in welfare work.
Inflation has risen to such an extent that people cannot afford to buy medicine. We have also bought very expensive medicines for the medical camp, so we demand from the government that medicines be made cheaper for the people immediately, he added.
MNA Qadir Khan Mando Khel while talking to the media said that Kashmir is an integral part of Pakistan which India is forcibly occupying and oppressing its people. India will have to abolish section 35A in any case therefore we have to compete as a nation against India.
Former SSP Asif Razzaq while talking to the media said that Moosa Foundation is increasingly involved in charity work and is doing excellent work and we all will stand with them whenever they need it, I personally often participate in their welfare work. He also said that people should also participate in social work so that poor people can benefit