Woman from ruler area of Sindh died, because of rabies as stray dogs bitten and injured her, badly, here on Tuesday.
According to the details, dog bite victim woman was the residence Village Hamzo Khan rind, situated in Union council Bajara – election constituency of Chief Minister of Sindh Murad Ali Shah.
Deceased was 30 years old and mother of four including 40 days old infant, received critical wounds by stray dogs in her area.
She was shifted to the civil hospital, Hyderabad but couldn’t survive as poison affected her entire body function.
Deen Mohammad – victim’s husband told local media reporters that he shifted her wife in critical condition from Sehwan to Hyderabad, as there was no resources available in Sehwan.
He demanded the chief Minister of Sindh to look into the issue and make necessary arrangements for stray dogs, and also provide health care facilities in the constituency.
Ghulam Rasool Rind – her cousin accused government for her death as there was no health facilities in their village for dog bite treatment. He said population of stray dogs’ hikes in there are in recent years and government did nothing to control them.
The incident spread panic in the area, and villagers are not allowing women and children to go outside from home as dogs, who attacked unfortunate woman are still in the area and can attack any one again.