ISLAMABAD - Two people including Peshawar Chief Commissioner and one of his close relatives sustained burn injuries when their flat at the Pak Tower F-10 Markaz caught fire due to gas leakage on Saturday.
Both of them were rushed to PIMS Hospital Burn Centre with critical wounds where doctors believe chances were less for both of the victims to recover fast as 90 per cent of their bodies severely affected in the incident.
“We are trying to save their lives. However, chances are little for the victims to recover fast,” a doctor told The Nation on Saturday.
The duty doctor said that the both injured persons could not be immediately recovered due to 90 per cent of their bodies were burnt. Chief Commissioner Peshawar Sahibzada Anees arrived on Friday to Islamabad for his family visit
Meanwhile, with the help of mobile verification system introduced recently by Islamabad police, a total of 96 vehicles were recovered by the force. These vehicles were stolen from various districts of the country.
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Sikandar Hayat, Assistant Inspector General of Police Operations (AIG) Islamabad Dr.Sultan Azam Temuri and Senior Superintendent of Police Islamabad (SSP) Muhammad Rizwan formally handed over the keys of recovered vehicles to the actual owners here on Saturday at Islamabad Traffic office.
Out of these 96 vehicles six were stolen from Faisalabad, one from Abbottabad, one from Azad Kashmir, two from Bahawalpur and Bahawalnagar, two from Gujrat, 20 from Islamabad, nine from Karachi, two from Kasur, 18 from Lahore, five from Multan, 22 from Rawalpindi, two from Sheikhupura, two from Sialkot and two from Sahiwal.