LAHORE - Principal Allama Iqbal Medical College (AIMC) and Chief Executive of Jinnah Hospital Prof Javed Akram has demanded of the Punjab government to enhance the security of the hospital and college since after the firing in the premises of the hospital the doctors, paramedical staff and patients have gone into shock, said spokesman of the hospital on Tuesday. He said that though Punjab government had shifted the injured terrorist Mohaaz from the Jinnah Hospital to Kot Lakhpat Jail under strict security measures but even then staff and patients were harassed and they had demanded the hospital administration to enhance the security of the hospital. Senior Minister Punjab Raja Riaz said that happening of the incident in the hospital was a security lapse and responsible should be brought to justice. He also demanded the immediate appointment of CCPO in the City without any further delay. Spokesman was of the view that terrorist could target again the hospital as there were still injured Ahmadis being treated in the hospital and the doctors and paramedical staff engaged in their treatment were terrified after the firing incident within the hospital. He said though the hospitals emergency had been made functional for the patients but strength of the patients and their family members was very thin and people were shifting their patients to other public hospitals of the City. A CCTV footage of the incident has also been released on Tuesday wherein terrorists were shown making indiscriminate firing in the hospital. A case has also been registered with the Garden Town police station under Anti Terrorist Act (ATA) in this regard. DCO visits Jinnah Hospital District Coordination Officer (DCO) and Administrator Lahore Sajjad Ahmed Bhutta Tuesday visited Jinnah Hospital to enquire about the health of people injured in a terrorist attack at the hospital. Sajjad Bhutta appreciated policemen for showing bravery against terrorists. Talking to the reporters, he urged the people to forge unity against terrorism and help security forces nab the attackers.