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Father of Afghan teen, who got hip implant at OGH, praises Hyderabadis’ compassion

Hyderabad: Father of the Afghan teen who got hip implant at OGH said that the residents of Hyderabad are very hospitable and compassionate. They have won our heart. Talking to Siasat correspondent, Abdur Razzaq Khan, father of Abdul Qahhar Khan who is undergoing treatment at Osmania General Hospital, told that Abdul Qahhar Khan Abdul was struck by a bullet during the battle between Taliban and Afghan forces two yeas ago. The bullet hit Qahhar’s pelvis from the right and tore into his colon, ripping through his bladder and damaging his hip bone. Even the exit wound was visible on the left side of his pelvis. Surgery was performed on his left hip that had got completely damaged.

At the beginning Abdul was shifted to Kabul’s emergency hospital Surgical and Medical Centre for Civilian War Victims which operated upon him twice: once in December 2014 and later in January 2015, but could do little to make Abdul walk again. Then he was brought to India.

Majlis Bachao Tahreek spokesman Amjadullah Khan Khaled helped to release 1.35 lakh from CM relief funds. It must be noted that the construction of the bone model needed material worth 1.35 lakh.

Abdur Razzaq Khan runs cycle repairing shop in his village. He brought Abdul Qahhar to Hyderabad by collecting donations. He called on Siasat editor Mr. Zahid Ali Khan and informed him about his son’s treatment. Persons interested to help Abdur Razzaq Khan and his son can contact on phone no 9581048647.

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