Dr. Palwasha raised Pakistan’s head with pride in London

During the Corona Emergency, Pakistani men and women involved in the health sector in European countries set new precedents in the service of humanity, forcing the people of the host country to pay tribute.

Palwasha Ghafoor, a Pakistani tribal girl in the Health of England during Corona, also raised the head of Pakistan with pride by saving the lives of dozens of British citizens in the ICU. Dr. Palwasha, 32, belongs to FR Dera Ismail, a semi-tribal area of ​​Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. A small village of Khan is from Khoi Bhara. Extremism has also kept the people away from education in the past.

This is the area of ​​Darandaza Tehsil where in the past it was considered disgraceful for women to get an education and even to move away from home, but hard work not only fulfilled the dream of a tribal student to become a doctor but also Palwasha in Corona without caring for her life. He set an example of courage by giving priority to the service of humanity.

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