Thank you. Yes, Alhamdolillah it was a smooth operation.
With regards to the 2006 transplant which was earlier mentioned, here are some facts (bitter ones).
In the 2006 case, it later became known that the doc did atempt a liver transplant, but he did it illegally. He wasnt even a liver transplant surgeon, nor was he qualified to do so. It wasnt a sucesful operation (the patient later died!)
That doctor (dont know his name) is on criminal list; he took his money and fled Pakistan as cases were being registered against him.
Dr. Tariq Ali Bangash (and his team) did the proper procedures and was qualified to do so. So Pakistan now officially has joined the club of nations where liver and other organ transplant/surgeries can be done. It is good because now patients will not have to travel overseas to get the procedure done.
as i said earlier, there is nothing that is stopping Pakistan from becoming a medical tourism destination. Hopefully one day it will be.