Mohammad Ayan and Mohammad Aman, the conjoined twins have been successfully separated after a rare surgery in Sindh’s capital, Karachi.
According to sources, the conjoined twins were born to textile mill worker, Asrar Ahmed, on March 16, 2019.
Due to poor financial condition, the parents were not able to bear the expenses for the treatment. They also faced many hurdles in raising the funds for the surgery.
However, Sarim Burney Welfare Trust and Nasser Abdulla Lootah, a Dubai-based businessman, helped the family with the funds.
The parents of the conjoined twins met Lootah and expressed their gratitude for the noble gesture.
The Dubai based businessman also assured the family of further assistance in the medical procedure. In addition, the financial supporter also promised to bear the twins education expenses.
Conjoined twins are rare, and their estimated occurrence is one in 250,000 live births.