Karachi Editors Club arranged a special meeting during the week with USA based first Pakistani Nuclear Medicine Dr Sajid Hussain who was in Pakistan for the launching of his book “Tehreek-e-Pakistan ka Gumnam Sipahi” on the memoir of his grandfather Haji Syed Sajjad Hussain Bukhari who contributed in Pakistan movement with all possible means.
Dr Sajid in his address on this occasion said that he left Pakistan for USA to get higher medical education in 1973, six months after the death of his grandfather Sajjad Bukhari who was very loving to him. He said then after 21 years he returned to Pakistan and was shocked to see problems of people, traffic issues and where waste is spread everywhere around Karachi city.
Dr Sajjad briefed about Nuclear Medicine technology which is a revolution in medicine and curing chronicle diseases. He also replied questions from members of KEC. Replying a question about the “Radiations” he said there are different types of radiations but radiations from cell phone is very low and not dangerous but use of cell during driving is very risky.
Mubasher Mir, President KEC also reviewed KEC performance. Mukhtar Aqil, Vice President thanked to the honourable guest on this occasion.