Doctor vows to treat skin problems, another promises free mental health care for those who donate to CJP's dam fund

02:33 PM | 6 Jul, 2018
Doctor vows to treat skin problems, another promises free mental health care for those who donate to CJP's dam fund
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ISLAMABAD - The fund launched for the construction of water reservoirs by the government of Pakistan has attracted a couple of Pakistanis to support the cause by offering exciting deals.

A dermatologist by the name Dr Samavia has announced that she would treat skin problems for free during the month of August to those who contribute to the fund launched on the directives of top judge, Mian Saqib Nisar.

Additionally, she has also announced that Dr Ijaz, her husband, would treat mentally challenged individuals without taking any penny, who would donate to the fund named 'Diamer Basha and Mohmand Dam Fund–2018'.

Dr Ijaz is the former husband of Reham Khan, the media personality who married Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan in 2015.

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The top judge, in his bid to cater the water crisis, has contributed Rs 1 million to the fund for setting the example and to lead from the front.

He has also urged the masses to contribute in a bid to build massive water reservoirs so that the ensuing water crisis could be curtailed.

The Ministry of Finance had opened a bank account bearing account No.03-593-299999-001-4 and IBN No. PK06SBPP0035932999990014 for raising funds for the construction of abovementioned dams in the country”.

The payments into the aforesaid fund will be received at all branches of the State Bank of Pakistan, all Treasuries and Branches of National Bank of Pakistan and all other scheduled Banks.

Contributors from foreign countries can submit the money at the Pakistan Missions and remit to the SBP which would announce the procedure for it.