Eight injured in Raiwind bomb discharged from LGH, six others getting treatment


LAHORE: As many as eight injured in the Raiwind bomb last have been discharged from Lahore General Hospital after their recovery while remaining six injured persons are also in satisfactory health status and would be discharged very soon.

This was informed by Post Graduate Medical Institute Principal Dr Ghiyas-un-Nabi Tayyab, while talking to media at Lahore General Hospital (LGH). The principal along with LGH Medical Superintendent Dr Mahmood Salah-ud-Din and other senior doctors attended the injured persons and enquired after their health and reviewed the medical facilities being provided to them.

Dr Tayyab stressed upon the doctors, nurses, and paramedics to maintain a high standard of services while looking after the patients so that those who sacrificed for the nation may be recovered and discharged as early as possible. He said that soon after the shifting of wounded persons from the affected area to LGH, an administrative alert was declared and all possible facilities and resources were utilised to save the lives of the injured.

He said that the same commitment to serving the ailing humanity would be continued till the last injured is discharged from the hospital.