As many as 14 victims of the Dilsukhnagar bomb blasts continue to remain under intensive observation at three corporate hospitals in the city.
Meanwhile, doctors maintained that majority of patients were likely to be discharged this week, while some were still under intensive care. Of the 14 patients, eight are at Care Hospitals, Nampally, while four are undergoing treatment at Yashoda Hospitals, Malakpet, and two at Omni Hospitals, Kothapet.
A patient named Rama Murthy was discharged from Yashoda Hospitals on Wednesday, while four others, Pandu Ranga Reddy, Rajitha, Shiva Kumar and Srinivas Rao, continue to remain under observation. The condition of two patients, Durga Prasad and Rajendra Reddy, at Omni Hospitals remains stable, and they are likely to be discharged in a day or two. Close to eight patients are still at Care Hospitals, even as some of them are waiting for the government’s ex gratia to be released before getting discharged.
In a novel gesture, students of All Saint’s School, Gunfoundary, on Wednesday donated Rs.25,000 to the blast victims who are undergoing treatment at Yashoda Hospitals. They handed over cheques worth Rs.10,000 to Rajitha and Rs.5,000 each to Pandu Ranga Reddy, Shiva Kumar and Rama Murthy.
Fourteen victims of the twin bomb blasts continue to remain under intensive medicare