Army Chief listens to 330kg obese man’s appeal allowing air ambulance to shift him to hospital

The patient thanked General Bajwa, prayed for him and country's safety.

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  • Listening to the appeal of a 330-kilogram obese man Noor Hassan, Army Chief has ordered to shift him to Lahore in a military helicopter for treatment.
  • The patient thanked General Bajwa, prayed for his and the country’s safety.
  • Noor is unable to move freely due to overweight, will get treatment at a private hospital in Lahore.
  • He will be treated in the provincial capital Lahore.
  • Noor made a request on social media.

Tuesday: Taking notice of an appeal made on social media, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa has allowed airlift to transfer the patient to Lahore. The Army Chief has directed a special medical treatment for a 330-kilogram obese man from Sadiqabad, Punjab.

Noor Hassan cannot travel in an ambulance by road due to his weight. He will be airlifted in a military helicopter to Lahore. He will be treated at a private hospital in the Punjab capital.


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Hassan is unable to move freely due to excessive weight and cannot travel by ambulance. He made an exclusive request to Army Chief to help him in this regard and assist him to move him to the provincial capital for better treatment.

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Back in In 2017, the country’s most obese man Muhammad Naveed underwent laparoscopic surgery in Lahore and it significantly improved his health. 42 years old weighed 360 kg owing to family tendency and overeating. His excessive weight became a threat to his life.

Bariatric surgery is a process that causes weight loss by restricting the amount of food the stomach can hold. Back in January, a woman from India came to Lahore for her surgery after being unhappy with the procedures in her native country.

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