Giant flag hoisted in park to pay tribute to medics.


KARACHI -- A giant white flag was on Monday hoisted at the highest point of the Kidney Hill Park to pay tribute to doctors and other paramedical staff combating Covid-19 from the front.

After hoisting the flag on a 40-foot-high pole at the 209-foot highest point of the park, Karachi Metropolitan Corporation's Metropolitan Commissioner (MC) Dr Syed Saifur Rehman said that doctors and paramedics were serving the coronavirus patients by risking their own lives.

'The purpose of hoisting the flag is to pay tribute to doctors, nurses and everyone affiliated with this profession,' he said.

The MC said that the doctors and paramedics were not alone; the city's municipal administration and entire nation stood by them. 'The way these people have been serving the people has given a new commitment in the fight against the coronavirus. They are being hailed and...

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