COAS takes notice of appeal by 330 kg weight taxi driver, shifted to Lahore

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RAHIM YAR KHAN (ENN) A Sadiqabad based 330 kg obese taxi driver was air  lifted on Pakistan Army Air Ambulance Helicopter to Lahore for complete treatment on Tuesday evening.

Taking notice of an appeal of Noor Ul Hasan resident of Mohallah Islampura Sadiqabad made on social
media, Chief of Army staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa has
directed a special medical treatment for Noor Hassan.
Assistant Commissioner Sadiqabad Kashif Digar told that Noor Ul Hassan 55 could not travel in ambulance by road due to heavy obese of 330 kg
weight.
He said that Noor is a poor taxi driver and residing in a small house.
On Tuesday Rescue 1122 personal broke the main door and wall of
Noor’s house to bring him out.
Dogar further told that Rescue team shifted him on a mini truck and later transported to  football ground Sadiqabad where a helipad was established.
He added that a special
helicopter ambulance from Rawalpindi had to arrive in sadiqabad in the morning but due to bad weather it landed in Multan and later in the evening it arrived in Sadiqabad. AC also told that an obese specialist
of Lahore Dr Maaz Ul Hassan (Genius Book of World Records) will treat
Noor.
The relatives of Noor distributed sweets in their mohallah on shifting him Lahore for complete treatment.

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