Pakistan Naval Chief Meets 5 Thalassemia Children at Naval headquarter on Friday

Islamabad - In a praiseworthy human act Pakistan Navy hosted five children suffering from Thalassemia at it’s headquarter on Friday. The children have been receiving treatment for the awful disease expressed desire to wear Naval uniform and visit the Naval headquarters.

Acceding to the wish of the children, Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) Admiral Muhammad Asif Sandheela invited them at Naval Headquarters Islamabad. The CNS had friendly chat with them and talked of pleasant things. Wife of the Naval chief also came to see the children. The two had frank discussion about light things and they too mixed up with the Naval chief and his wife.

The occasion brought a pleasant change in the ambiance of the headquarters where everybody was impressed by the gesture of the CNS. Admiral Sandheela and his wife took interest in the activities of the children and asked them about the atmosphere where they live and study. The children looked elegant in white Naval outfit with ranks on their shoulders. The two inquired about their health and wished them a prosperous and healthy life ahead. The two prayed for their early recovery from the ailment.

The Naval Chief presented five infusion pumps, one each that is essential and precious medical equipment for the Thalassemic patients. The equipment would enable them to get treatment at home instead of taking trouble to visit hospital frequently.

Pakistan Navy also presented the children cheques as a token of financial support. They were very happy about the hospitality offered to them at the naval headquarters. The children had a photographic session with the Naval Chief and his wife before leaving the rendezvous. 

(The News)