Umair Muhammad Hassani, the Adviser to the CM can be seen along with armed men entering the trauma center of civil hospital Quetta

Manan Mandokhail:

QUETTA: Adviser to the Chief Minister Balochistan, Umair Muhammad Hassani subjected the hospital staff at the trauma center civil hospital to violence on Thursday. In a video widely shared on social media, Mr. Hassani can be seen along with armed guards entering the trauma center of Civil Hospital Quetta.

According to Civil Hospital spokesperson Dr. Waseem Baig, Umair Hassani was prevented from going to the ICU of the trauma center along with armed guards, the latter took the security guard hostage and tortured him.

However, the clash continued for more than an hour between the trauma center staff and Umair Muhammad Hassani’s bodyguards.

Against the incident, the Young Doctors Association and Paramedical Staff Federation closed the trauma center in protest and shouted slogans against Umeer Muhammad Hassani.

During the protest, the protestors took the stand that Umeer Mohammad Hosni entered the ICU despite being forbidden and tortured the staff.

The protesters demanded that the caretaker chief minister of Balochistan sack Umair Muhammad Hassani and register a first information report against the latter.

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  1. The conduct displayed by Umair Muhammad Hassani, an adviser to the Chief Minister of Balochistan, at the Civil Hospital’s trauma center is deeply concerning and unacceptable. The act of forcefully entering the ICU with armed guards, taking a security guard hostage, and engaging in a clash with hospital staff not only undermines the sanctity of a healthcare facility but also demonstrates a lack of respect for rules, protocols, and the wellbeing of medical professionals. Such behavior sets a negative example for the public and disregards the critical role that hospitals play in providing essential care. The closure of the trauma center by medical associations in protest reflects the gravity of the situation and the need for accountability for those in positions of power who exhibit such behavior.

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