Srinagar- A 70-year old man suffered a massive cardiac arrest in Sopore locality of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district soon after he returned from the Haj pilgrimage after which he was shifted to JVC hospital Bemina wherefrom he was taken to SKIMS Soura for advanced treatment.
Quoting an official, news agency KNO reported that a Ghulam Mohammed Gojree of Hygam Sopore suffered a massive cardiac arrest soon after he reached home after performing Hajj.
He said that he was taken to JVC Bemina where doctors shifted him to SKIMS Soura.
“There was a miscommunication about my father’s health at JVC Bemina. My father was shifted to SKIMS, where he is being treated. He is stable,” said Gojree’s son, Ghulam Hassan.
On Tuesday, first batch of 630 pilgrims arrived in Kashmir after perform annual Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.
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