Dr. Syed Saif-ur-Rahman, the administrator of Karachi, has stated that the Four Paws medical team has been invited back to Pakistan.
He remarked this on Sunday at the time of an inspection of the care given to the elephant Noor Jahan at the Karachi Zoo. Authorities are regularly treating the elephant, and it is hoped that the recommended therapy and other efforts to restore its health would produce positive results.
The administrator personally administered food and medicine inside Noor Jahan’s enclosure. According to him, the treatment of the elephant is still ongoing, and the Karachi Zoo’s physicians and other related employees have been told to make all necessary arrangements as quickly as feasible.
It should be noted that the doctors from the international animal welfare organisation Four Paws, who arrived in Karachi for the treatment of Noor Jahan the elephant of the Karachi Zoo, successfully operated on Noor Jahan the elephant and carried out several tests at the invitation of Dr. Syed Saif-ur-Rahman, the city administrator. The team determined that the elephant had a hematoma as a result.
The Four Paws team has once more been approached and asked to travel to Pakistan for the treatment of Noor Jahan, according to Administrator Karachi Dr. Syed Saifur Rehman. wishing Noor Jahan a speedy recovery.