LG visits GMC hospital to inquire about those injured in Rajouri attacks
Jammu: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Saturday visited Government Medical College (GMC) hospital here to inquire about the health of civilians injured in terror attacks in Rajouri district, officials said.
Sinha also met with the family members of the injured and assured them of all possible assistance, an official spokesman said.
He said the Principal, GMC Jammu, Shashi Sudan, and other senior doctors briefed the Lt Governor on the health condition of the injured — Sanvi Sharma, Prince Sharma, Rohit Sharma and Pawan Kumar — and medical procedures being followed.
Sinha directed the hospital administration to ensure that the best possible medical care and assistance is provided to the injured for their speedy recovery, the spokesman said.
Four persons were killed and seven others injured when terrorists attacked several houses in Dhangri village in Rajouri on January 01. An Improvised Explosive Device (IED) left behind by the terrorists exploded on the morning of January 02, killing two cousins and injuring several others.