Shahzeb's family appeals PM Nawaz to get his visa extended
FAISALABAD: Family of Shahzeb, the injured student laying in coma there in United States (US), has been extremely worried as the US authorities have asked the parents to take their child back to Pakistan – ARY News reports.
According to details, Pakistani student Shahzeb, resident of Faisalabad met a traffic accident in Wisconsin state some 3 months ago, since then he is in a state of coma at a hospital.
Shahzeb's visa is getting expired on February 28, in this regard the US authorities irrespective of any consideration on human grounds, have informed his parents and asked them to take him back home.
Shahzeb's family has requested the US officials to continue his treatment in America on humanitarian grounds.
The affected family has also appealed the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif to help them having Shahzeb's visa extended.