Artist suffering from cerebral palsy presents portraits to PM | The Express Tribune


ISLAMABAD:

Umer Jaral, a talented artist suffering from cerebral palsy presented Prime Minister Imran Khan his self-painted portraits on Tuesday.

According to APP, the 34-year-old wheelchair-bound artist, despite a neurological disorder that affected his muscle movements , made the paintings out of his fondness for PM Imran.

The premier lauded the artwork of Umer Jaral and termed him a symbol of motivation and inspiration for others.

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Suffering from cerebral palsy at birth, Jaral had been making paintings since the age of 12.

According to Jaral’s brother, the disease has the probability of making a patient bed-ridden in within a few years.



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