WHO donates latest ambulance to BHU Bumborat Kalash valley

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CHITRAL (Press Release): The only basic health unit of Kailash Valley, a tourist destination of international importance, was given an ambulance well equipped ambulance with modern facilities by the World Health Organization.

BHU Bomburit was gifted an ambulance by a minority member of National Assembly two decades ago, but Its regular maintenance had become ineffective due to lack of care and attention and the ambulance is out of order. Now the hospital was provided a new ambulance by WHO. In this regard, a function was also held at the BHU Bumboratrit. On this occasion Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Ali was chief guest while he was accompanied by District Police Officer Ikramullah, Additional Assistant Commissioner Adnan Haider Maloki, Sub Divisional Police Officer Hasanullah, SHO Bomburit, District Health Officer Dr. Fayaz Rumi, Dr. Salim Saifullah, Dr. Farman Nizar, Dr. Willi Kailash, and other guests were also present.

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Mohammad Khalil Shaikh, the elected chairman of this valley, while welcoming the guests, highlighted the problems of this area. Deputy Chairman Lok Rehmat Kailash also mentioned about roads, wheat warehouse, internet and other issues. Abdul Majeed Qureshi, the former chairman, demanded the opening of the road and to start work on it soon. On this occasion, Bibi Shahra Kailash presented traditional gifts to the guests. The elders of the area complained that the flood in 2015 has caused destruction of the valley, but the rehabilitation work of the victims has not yet been completed, before that there a kuli kacheri was held here in which the former Deputy Commissioner Anwar Haq left by making promises to the people, but not even one percent of it was implemented and that is why that the people here are very disappointed.

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Pictured above are people of the Kalash Valley

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They also demanded for channelization of Bomburit canal. On which the Deputy Commissioner immediately announced the imposition of Section 144 and instructed the police not to allow anyone to do illegal getting of sand etc from canal. Speaking on the occasion, the Deputy Commissioner assured the public that he and his staff are ready to serve the public day and night and it is not a favor to the public because they are getting paid for this work. He also announced that he will regularly send missionaries here to clean and remove debris from the Bomburit Canal and they will stand here and clean the canal whenever necessary. He said that such a group consisting of public elders A the river. A local committee will be formed in which practical work will be done to solve the problems of the area and improve the economy of the people here through tourism. He said that the district administration along with the public will promote controlled tourism here so that the environment here is not degraded, tourists also come and the local people get benefit from it.

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Later he formally inaugurated this new ambulance. Dr. Wali, who belongs to the Kailash tribe and is the first Kailash doctor from this valley, said that there are many heart diseases here and we want to establish a diagnostic center here and send its report to Hayatabad Medical Complex Peshawar where Senior Cardiologist will treat heart patients free of charge. Similarly, by providing wheelchairs to disabled children, we will restore smiles on their faces and we will collect some funds from ourselves for the welfare of Kailash and the Muslim community and treat the poor and deserving people with it. As well as continue to cooperate with them.

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Bibi Shahra, a female social worker belonging to the Kailash tribe, says that this ambulance will benefit the people of this area in general and women in particular. Especially during maternity,(delivery cases) they can be easily shift women patient in case of any complication to Chitral Hospital in time through this ambulance if any difficult case occurs. A large number of Muslim and Kalash including women folk attended the ceremony.

Dr. Asad and other staff of the World Health Organization, women and men of the area, police officers, elected councilors, moderators, chairman and social workers also participated in the event in large numbers, which concluded with prayerful words.

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