Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar took notice of the death of a 12-year-old boy resident of Ferozwala from a dog bite.
According to details, the Chief Minister expressed his grief and sorrow over the death of the boy and also expressing heartfelt condolences to the relatives.
Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar has taken notice of the death of a child due to a dog bite in Ferozwala and sought report from Commissioner Lahore Division.
Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar said that action should be taken according to the law against the perpetrators of negligence.
The Chief Minister lashed out at the Shahdara Hospital and Mayo Hospital for not providing timely vaccination to the boy, saying that despite the clear guidelines, the absence of vaccine is a proof of irresponsibility of the authorities concerned.
Earlier, a minor baby girl, bitten and badly injured by a stray dog in Chak No 2 1L near Okara village.
According to details, Rahman Town resident Allah Dutta said that my youngest daughter Aaliyah had gone to visit her relatives in the village of Chuck No. 21L where she was attacked and bitten by a pye-dog her whole body was filled with wounds.
The father of the victim added that the girl was taken to a local hospital, THQ, for medical assistance, where there was no vaccination.
DHQ hospital staff asked the parents to leave with their injured child as they did not have the anti-rabies vaccine, commonly known as ARV.
Parents demanded to take notice from DCO Maryam Khan and Minister of Health.