Muhammad Sajid's Story
Muhammad Sajid is a 63 years old man who was once happily settled in Saudi Arabia. He was earning a good amount and was managing to pay his household expenses easily until one day when he lost everything due to a financial fraud. It took him almost three years to pay off the debts he had due to that fraud.
He brought all the remaining savings to Lahore, Pakistan so that he could start any small business to meet day to day needs of his family. Unfortunately, due to robbery in his rented home, all his money and his wife’s jewellery were taken away. They were left with nothing and that’s when his 4 daughters started giving tuitions to earn money. They all earn around 30,000 rupees a month in which they hardly make both ends meet. In such a tough time, Muhammad Sajid was diagnosed with heart disease and doctor advised him to undergo Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting as soon as possible.
This family is already struggling to meet their expenses every day. They don’t have enough money to get him operated. Muhammad Sajid contacted local hospitals but they are putting him on a long waiting list which may be very risky for his life. Luckily, they found about Transparent Hands through someone and Muhammad Sajid immediately came here.
Now he is scheduled to undergo cardiac surgery in a few days at National Hospital Defense. His surgery will only be possible with your kind support. We request you to please donate for his heart surgery as little as you can.
Donate now and save this old father’s life!
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Muhammad Sajid's Story
Muhammad Sajid 63 years old man had Myocardial Infarction (MI) and was suffering from severe chest pain. His percutaneous intervention (PCI) was done and was advised open heart surgery- (CABG) coronary artery bypass graft. His surgery was done in the National Hospital & Medical Center on 08-02-18 by Dr. Ahmed Shehbaz. He stayed in the hospital for 5 days and recovered well. His operation was successful and he was discharged in good health.