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Sindh govt offers free liver transplant therapy to ailing people singer Shaukat Ali

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Sindh govt provides free liver transplant treatment to ailing folk singer Shaukat Ali

Renowned people singer Shaukat Ali acquired a free liver transplant after the Sindh authorities got here to his rescue following information that the veteran artist had been struggling to generate price for his therapy.

Ali, who is known for songs he sang in the course of the 1965 and 1971 wars, similar to Saathion Mujahidon Jaag Utha Hai Sara Watan, Mera Puttar Pakistan Da, and Apna Quaid Aik Hai amongst many others, has been unwell for the previous a number of years.

The ghazal maestro is among the most prolific artists from the Pakistani music trade, with a singing profession spanning round 5 a long time in addition to a Pride of Performance award.

In a tweet, Sindh authorities consultant Murtaza Wahab responded to Twitteratis lauding the provincial authorities for its gesture, saying the Sindh authorities thought-about it its obligation to proceed serving all Pakistanis.

“Thank you for the tweet. It is our duty to serve people and the health initiatives of the Sindh government continue to serve all Pakistanis,” Wahab wrote on Twitter.

According to an area information report, singer Shaukat Ali had on Monday been admitted to the Gambat Institute of Medical Sciences, Khairpur for therapy of a liver an infection. The therapy had been organized on the instructions of the Sindh chief minister.

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