KARACHI - Sindh Assembly Speaker Nisar Ahmed Khuhro on Thursday handed over passports and visas for India to the parents of three children who need cardiac surgery.He gave these documents during a ceremony here at the Assembly Building, which was also attended by Aziz Memon from Rotary International and MPA Ms Humera Alwani. As the result of the efforts by the Speaker Sindh Assembly , Indian Government has issued visas for three cardiac patient children from different districts of Sindh.Speaking on this occasion, Nisar Ahmed Khuhro said that these children having holes in their hearts would get treatment free of cost at the Care Hospital in Nagpur city of India. Rotary International would bear the entire expenses. India has better facilities for treatment of such patients. Baby Mariam, 8, is suffering from Mareatment because of poverty of their families. However, he said, Rotary International has made the treatment possible for such children. He thanked the Rotary International for this great job to save human lives.He said that he had received applications from seventeen children of the province having holes in their hearts for the treatment in India. However, he added, three visas were received and the rest cases were in process.Rotary International representative Aziz Memon said that around 500 Pakistani children needed cardiac surgery are sent to India every year. For making this treatment possible here, efforts were being made to establish 500-bed hospital in Karachi, he said.This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 12-Oct-2012 here.