NOORPUR THAL The grandfather of four disable children has appealed to Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif to extent assistance to him for treatment of his four grandsons and one granddaughter, who have been suffering from a an unknown chronic disease. As per detail, four grandsons and one granddaughters of 80-year-old Haji Muhammad Mumtaz Awan, a resident of Mohallah Ghulam Ali Kheil, have been suffering a chronic blood disease since their birth. He appealed to the Punjab CM to extent assistance for him for treatment of the children. While talking to this scribe, Haji Mumtaz Awan said that his four grandsons namely 30-year-old M Zafar Iqbal, 26 year-old Javed Iqbal, 22-year-old Muhammad Pervaiz, 17-year-old Muhammad Nisar Iqbal and one granddaughter 20-year-old Memoona Akhtar Fatima were suffering from a chronic blood disease since their birth. According to Haji Mumtaz, he struggled hard for their treatment but could not succeed because of poverty. As result, these disabled children are lying in house. Further, it is pertinent to mention here that no one came out to assist Haji Mumtaz to mitigate his sufferings.