Woman Body in Civil Hospital: MS Saleem Abro claims the woman was drug addicted

Published on – September 16, 2019 – 1:55 am
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QUETTA: Medical Superintendent Civil Hospital Dr. Saleem Abro on Sunday refuted hearsays regarding death of a woman inside Civil Hospital added the woman was drug addicted as scars of drugs injection found on her body.


QUETTA: Medical Superintendent Civil Hospital Dr. Saleem Abro on Sunday refuted hearsays regarding death of a woman inside Civil Hospital added the woman was drug addicted as scars of drugs injection found on her body.

Addressing a news conference on Sunday MS Civil Hospital Saleem Abro has said, false news was being spread on social media regarding death of a woman inside civil Hospital and Hospital administration abandoned the body at hospital’s footpath,

“During post-mortem, it has been revealed that, she was a drug addicted as scars of drugs injection were found on her body that led to gangrene which caused her death.” Dr. Saleem Abro said added her 12 years mentally disturbed son was accompanied with her.

He further said, we have lodged complaint against a social media account spreading disinformation in Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) added Law Enforcement Agencies took CCTV data of Hospital which would unveil the truth.

“The lady was identified as Lubna Qudrat aged 44 years, who came from Sukker, she married in Faisalabad but left him due to domestic issues amid husband and wife, more she had relations with Hostel Warden Mubarika Hameed.” Abro said.

“She started assuming drugs when she was residing in Lahore and was being treated in Lahore and Karachi but heavy consumption of drugs damaged her internal health which lead to her death.”

Abro quashed false rumours that Hospital Administration refused to pick-up her body because we never abandoned any patient or dead body inside Civil Hospital,

“We have 47 policeman and 200 security guards deployed inside Civil Hospital but still we have been demanding more security but without officials verification media should refrain from spreading false information in the society based on social media reports.” MS Civil Hospital urged.