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Services Hospital Emergency Stated No-Go Area After CM Hamza’s Arrival

LAHORE: Emergency ward of Services Hospital in Lahore was stated a no-go area after Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz visited PML-N leader Danial Aziz – who was injured in a road accident day previous, ARY News reported on Friday.

Rendering to facts, when Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz arrived at the Services Hospital, the emergency ward declared a no-go area and patients stopped from incoming the room.

Sources have told ARY News that patients in serious condition are admitted to the emergency room of Services Hospital. Nevertheless, Hamza Shehbaz’s security did not permitted the families, containing women, to enter the emergency ward.

In the meantime, a patient said that he had to fix a urine bag.

But the chief minister’s security is not allowing him to enter the emergency ward. Families standing outside the emergency room said that:

Their patients admitted to the emergency room but they cannot enter due to security.

It is appropriate to reference here that:

PML-N senior leader Daniyal Aziz continued critical injuries in a road accident in Shakargarh, a city in Punjab’s Narowal district.

As per facts, the vehicle of Daniyal Aziz hit by a speeding truck coming from the opposite route near Bhanja Stop after its tyre burst. In the crash, a man travelling in the truck died on the spot, although three others sustained injuries.

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