8 students referred to SMHS, are stable: Officials
Srinagar: At least two dozen class 10 students were injured in a mysterious blast inside private school in Narbal area of Kakpora in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Wednesday, creating panic in the area.
The injured students were rushed to the nearby PHC Kakpora for treatment, where from 8 were referred to Srinagar’s SMHS hospital for further treatment, where authorities claim that the injured students are stable.
While talking to ‘Kashmir Vision’, Medical Superintend SMHS Dr Saleem Tak said that all the injured are stable and are undergoing treatment at the hospital. “The children are being treated and all are stable,” he said.
He said that almost all the students admitted at SMHS have sustained injuries in lowrr parts of the body.
“They have sustained injuries in legs, almost all the children,” he said.
The mysterious blast occurred inside the private school Falahi-i-Milat at Narbal, Kakpora at around 2 in the afternoon, leading to chaos in the locality.
The same scenes of chaos and panic were witnessed at the SMHS when the injured were brought in from Pulwama, with eye-witnesses saying that they were taken by shock when they saw scores of injured children were being taken out of the ambulance.