Kandhkot - Muhammad Pannah Solangi, 14, resident of Zero Pull Dera Morr, along with his minor brothers and sisters, has appealed to the government and philanthropists to save his father’s life, whose both kidneys are not functioning properly.

According to details, six children, including Mohammad Pannah, Noor Hassan, Ameer Din, addressed a press conference here at a press club on Sunday, and appealed that their father be provided proper treatment.

They said they were labourers and belonged to very poor family. “Our father Heerdin Solangi is suffering from the disease of twin kidneys, and due to poverty we can't afford his further treatment,” they said, and added, “We went to all parts of Pakistan such as Larkana, Sukkur, Rahimyar Khan and even Karachi for his treatment, but the doctors have advised that his treatment is possible only abroad, especially in India.”

“The doctors have told us that our father’s condition is very critical. If his disease is not treated on time he may loss his fight for life,” they added.

They appealed to the government, especially Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah, Health Minister, Local MPAs, MNAs, charity foundations and social activists, for immediate financial support and also his proper treatment.