Mufti visits injured police personnel

Srinagar:  Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, visited Army Hospital here this morning to enquire about the health of the police personnel, who were in-jured in a late night attack on Friday by militants on a police party near Mirgund on Srinagar-Baramulla High-way.

He also condemned the attack and asked the doctors treating the injured police personnel to provide ad-vanced medical facilities so that they recuperate well in time. 

The Chief Minister was accompanied by GoC, 15 Corps, Lt. Gen. Subrata Saha, DGP, K. Rajendra Ku-mar, IGP, Kashmir Zone, SJM Gillani, Secretary to Chief Minister, M. H. Malik, SSP, Srinagar, Amit Kumar and several other officers.

SHO, Police Post Pattan, Mohammad Saleem and two other police officials, Dilshad Ahmad and Mushtaq Ah-mad, are currently admitted in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for advanced treatment in 92 Base Hospital here.

Mufti Sayeed interacted with all the three injured police personnel admitted in the ICU and enquired about their well-being. SHO Pattan also narrated the incident to the Chief Minister in which they came under fire from the militants. He was also briefed by the doctors at the hospital about the medicare facilities being provided to them.

Mufti Sayeed also met the mother and wife of the SHO and sympathised with them. Wishing them speedy re-covery, he assured the family members of all the three injured police personnel of providing best possible healthcare facilities required for their treatment. 

While SHO Saleem is under round-the-clock observa-tion of the hospital authorities, the condition of the other two police officials is stabilizing.

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