Injured man recuperating: Army
Bandipora, July 24: Army on Tuesday said that a shepherd, Anwar Azhar, 25, who was injured in the army firing yesterday is recovering after successful treatment by the specialist army doctors.
Army spokesman in a statement here said that Azhar admitted in 92 Base Hospital at Srinagar is recuperating.
“Anwar Azhar who got injured in forest area where he was with his cattle in the middle of the night in the jungles of Bonzuri of Lashkoot was immediately treated by the nursing assistant who applied dressing and provided proper medication, thus controlled the blood loss. Army aborted their mission and immediately improvised a stretcher and carried the casualty to their company base, thus saved the precious life,” the statement said.
It said the injured was lifted in IAF chopper straight to operation theatre where two expert doctors Lieutenant Colonel Sood and Major Joseph operated on him immediately. “Condition of Anwar is normal and he is recovering, besides specialist doctors from Amry, his brother Latif and Sarpanch Mahabali Chauhan is looking after the patient in the hospital,” the statement added.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 24 Jul 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 24 Jul 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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