Pakistan’s 2nd tallest man undergoes medical treatment
Naseer Soomro, Pakistan’s second tallest man, is unable to walk due to illness and now pinned his hope on the Sindh government that constituted an eight-member medical commission at Aga Khan Hospital to supervise his treatment, reported 24NewHD TV channel.
Naseer, 51, is suffering from chronic lung and liver-related diseases. He has a height of eight feet and one inch.
Firstly Soomro thanked the Sindh government for bearing all the expenses for his treatment at Aga Khan Medical Hospital. But he also complained that nobody visited him at the hospital.
Sindh MPA Qasim Soomro also tweeted: “Vision of Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari executed by CM Murad Ali Shah [and] Health Minister Dr Azra Pechuho to provide best healthcare facilities for everyone.”
Vision of Chairman @BBhuttoZardari executed by CM Saeen @MuradAliShahPPP Health Minister Dr @AzraPechuho, to provide best healthcare facilities for everyone. #NaseerSoomro is our asset and as per his wish we’ve sent letter to #AKUH for his complete treatment on #GoS expenses. pic.twitter.com/e0mXfMv6L3— Qasim Soomro (@Qasimsoomro) September 18, 2021
Qasim Soomro added: “Naseer Soomro is our asset and as per his wish we have sent [a] letter to #AKUH for his complete treatment on [government of Sindh] expenses.”
Reporter Junaid Feroze