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judicial-comlex-peshawar_40PESHAWAR: As many as 38 injured out of 47 that were brought to the Lady Reading Hospital here after sustaining critical wounds in a suicide blast on Judicial Complex Peshawar on Monday last, were discharged.

A Spokesman of the Lady Reading Hospital told APP here Tuesday that 47 injured of the blast were brought to the hospital against whom 38 were discharged after provision of treatment and stability to their condition. He said nine persons are presently admitted in different wards of LRH and medical services are being provided to them.

The admitted patients are Kashif son of Shaukat Ali, resident of Charsadda, Shah Faisal advocate son of Awal Khan resident of Charsadda, Ishfaq Ahmed advocate son of Abdullah Jan resident of Warsak Peshawar, Naveed son of Asghar Khan resident of Kohat Road Peshawar, Ishfaq Khan advocate son of Taj Muhammad resident of Peshawar, Jamil Raza son of Ali Raza resident of Kocha Risaldar, Khalid son of Fazal Naveed resident of Peshawar, Nisar Khan Khalil advocate son of Khalil resident of Pishtakara Peshawar and Jehangir Khan advocate son of Nazir Khan resident of Peshawar.

It may be recalled that four persons have been killed and 47 injured when a suicide bomber blasted himself at Judicial Complex Peshawar on Monday last.

Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2013


 



 
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