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While visiting house of her alleged attacker, Transgender Deedar shot in Pakistan

The president of Shemale Association of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Farzana, demanded protection for her community and added that they felt insecure

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Islamabad, Sept 11, 2016: A transgender was shot and injured on Saturday in Pakistan’s Peshawar city, police said.

Police identified the victim as Deedar. Doctors at the hospital said her life is not in danger, Dawn online reported.

“She was shot in the arm, we provided initial treatment in the emergency department and later shifted her to the surgical ward,” said a senior doctor of Khyber Teaching Hospital (KTH).

A large crowd of transgenders gathered at KTH following the incident.

Deedar told Dawn News that she was visiting the house of her alleged attacker, Shahid, for her money which was loaned to him when she was attacked.

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She said that Shahid not only refused to return the loan, but also subjected her to torture.

The president of Shemale Association of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Farzana, demanded protection for her community and added that they felt insecure.

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This is the sixth reported case of violence against trans people in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa this year.

Earlier this year, transgender Alisha who was shot eight times allegedly by a disgruntled customer succumbed to her wounds at Peshawar’s Lady Reading Hospital (LRH). (IANS)

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“The Government of India has been making concerted efforts to contain the spread of the virus and through this donation we want to contribute towards this effort. With support from the Union Ministry of Textile, this essential gear, which meets the prescribed standards and guidelines, is being handed over to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India,” the company said in a statement.

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The masks shall be provided to both local and state-level medical workers and have been handed to the Delhi and Maharashtra governments.

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Earlier, Xiaomi had announced to donate lakhs of N95 masks to the state governments. The company also pledged a Rs 15 crore contribution towards India’s fight against Covid-19.

Additionally, the Jack Ma Foundation and the Alibaba Foundation have also pledged to donate essential medical supplies to India.

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Meanwhile, the total number of coronavirus cases in India has climbed to 1,637, causing 38 deaths, according to the data furnished by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. A total of 132 patients have been cured and discharged so far. (IANS)