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A baby born at Pak Army field hospital in Nepal named ‘Pakistan’

ISLAMABAD: The second baby born at Pakistan Army field hospital established in quake-hit Nepal has been named ‘Pakistan’, ARY News has learnt.

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Nepal continued appreciating Pakistan’s effort in a unique way as earlier on April 30 a lady gave birth to a baby at Pakistan Army field Hospital established in Bakhtapur was named after the city of ‘Lahore’.

Pakistani doctors and rescue teams are busy in relief and rescue operation in earthquake hit areas of Nepal since April 29.

Yesterday, Nepal Army Chief, Gen Gaurav SJB Rana visited to Pakistan Army Field Hospital and expressed his gratitude for whole hearted support extended by Pakistan and Pakistan Army during recent earthquake in Nepal.

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Nepalese army Chief visits Pakistan Army field hospital at Bakhtapur. PC: ISPR


Nepalese army Chief met Pakistani relief workers and appreciated their efforts to provide solace to the earthquake victims in Nepal.

On the occasion, he said Pakistan will be remembered by people of Kathmandu because doctors from Pakistan Army were present around the clock and they came with ample stock of medicines.

Pakistani Army Urban Search and Rescue teams are also round the clock busy in rescue work.

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A baby born at Pak Army field hospital in Nepal named ‘Pakistan’

by Zohaib Kazmi