LARKANA (92 News) – Six-year-old child, who was severely injured when he was bitten by stray dogs in Larkana, was shifted to Karachi in critical condition when district hospital refused to treat the child due to severe injuries.
According to details garnered, stray dogs attacked on six-years-old Hasnain and he faced severe injuries, He was immediately shifted to Chandka Medical Hospital in Larkana.
However, the doctors at the hospital refused to treat the child due to severe injuries and asked his parents to take him away to any hospital in Karachi.
The parents brought the injured child to Indus Hospital in Karachi where they were advised to take the child to Civil Hospital. The Civil Hospital administration refused to take the case and asked them to shift the patient to Jinnah Hospital.
The helpless parents shifted Hasnain to one hospital from another in a bid to get some treatment and finally brought him to National Institute of Child Health (NICH) Karachi. They have sought help from Sindh government for the treatment of their child.
Hasnain’s father told that no ruler supported him in the need of hour. “We shifted our child from Larkana to Karachi own behalf self-support. Doctors are demanding for blood bottles. How can we arrange blood,” he added. He also demanded from the government to support for treatment of his child.
PTI member of Sindh Assembly Raja Azhar reached to inquire the health of child at NICH Hospital. On the occasion, he said, “This is foremost responsibility of the provincial government to provide every facility to Hasnain for his treatment.”
He also vowed to raise voice against the stray dogs matter in the assembly and the steps will be taken for legislation.
It is pertinent to mention here that the dog bite incidents have reportedly increased after a top leader of the party expressed her annoyance over a campaign to kill stray dogs. They blamed that since no action was taken, another incident is reported in the city.
On November 10, a teenage boy died from a dog bite
at the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) on Sunday.