Pakistani woman suffering from Cancer urges Sushma Swaraj for help to get Indian visa

Pakistani woman suffering from Cancer has urged Sushma Swaraj to help her visit India to receive treatment after her visa application was rejected

A Pakistani woman suffering from cancer approached External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj asking her to help her to get an Indian visa after her visa application was reportedly rejected by the Indian embassy.

As per a PTI report, 25-year-old Faiza Tanveer who is suffering from a recurrent ameloblastoma, an oral Tumor had planned to visit the Inderprastha Dental College in Ghaziabad city of Uttar Pradesh and had even a huge sum of money for the treatment. But to her horror, her visa application was rejected by the Indian High Communication because of the rising tension between the two countries. Faiza took to Twitter and Tweeted Sushma Swaraj asking for help.

Faiza also tweeted a photo of her which also showed her tumor and urged the external affairs minister to help her out while asking other social media users to make an appeal to Sushma Swaraj. In a series of Tweets, Tanveer stated she lost her brother due to a similar situation and that she did not want to meet the same fate. “I am a Pakistani and suffering ameloblastoma. Wanted to come to India for treatment. Have even paid half the amount, please. Help me,” Tanveer said in a Tweet.

However, Sushma Swaraj has not responded to her SOS call as yet. Last week, the Minister came to the rescue of another man who asserted that he had sold his assets for his father’s treatment in India and has now been denied a medical visa. Sushma Swaraj affirmed that visa will be provided to him.

Another Pakistani national in distress had approached Sushma Swaraj asking for a medical visa for his son, who was suffering from a heart complication and could not receive adequate treatment in Pakistan. A four-month medical visa was granted to him.

“It is heartening to see humanity prevailing despite many differences. Thank you for your efforts. Humanity prevails! God bless everyone,” the child’s father said in a Tweet.