Renowned Sikh Doctor in Peshawar Passes Away After Contracting Coronavirus

LAHORE, Punjab—A Pakistani Sikh doctor named Dr Phag Chand Singh died of coronavirus on June 1. It is learned that he was on a ventilator in a private hospital of Peshawar for the last four days. He is survived by wife, two sons, and a daughter. All of his children are doctors by profession. 

The mortal remains of Dr. Phag Chand Singh were cremated in the nearby crematorium the same day.

Dr. Phag Chand Singh had earned the MBBS degree from the Khyber Medical College in 1980. He was given a gold medal by former Pakistani president Mohammed Zia-ul Haq for his outshining performance in MBBS.

As per available reports, Dr. Phag Chand Singh got infected with coronavirus from his son who was serving as the head of the district corona cubic response team in Peshawar.

Dr. Phag Chand Singh was renowned for his honesty towards his profession and for providing free of cost treatment to the needy people.


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