LAHORE - The family of the minor girl Iman, 3, who died due to alleged negligence of the doctors of a private hospital of Johar Town area, seek justice from the Chief Justice of Pakistan and the chief minister Punjab for giving strict punishment to the alleged murderers of their beloved daughter. Addressing the Press conference at Lahore Press Club on Wednesday, Aqeel Ahmed, father of the deceased Iman, said that he had been living in London for the last six years and came back to Pakistan along with his wife and daughter to celebrate Eid with his family. He said on November 29, his daughter Iman had a minor burn on her hand due to hot water and he took her to that private hospital. The doctors gave her 3 doses of injections to sedate her, which were not suitable for kids and as a consequence she died there within few minutes in my hands. When doctors realised that my daughter was died due to over dosage of injections they asked me to go to Childrens Hospital and without completing any documentation work they forced me to leave their hospital at the earliest. I already knew that my daughter was dead but despite that I took her to the Childrens Hospital where the doctors also pronounced that my daughter was expired one hour ago, he added. Ahmed said when he came back to Doctors Hospital, the doctor who gave wrong injection to his daughter and other staff were not present there and the hospitals management refused to give the patients file. He said they did not give him the deceaseds discharge slip and also did not ask for the payment of the hospital bill. He said that his daughter would never come back at any cost but he wanted to inform the people to save their children from such kind of slaughterhouses, the hospitals, where the doctors were playing havoc with the lives of such innocent people for the sake of money. He demanded of the Punjab government for urgent action against such kind of medical practitioners. He also appealed from the CJP Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry to take suo moto notice besides conducting a high level judicial inquiry into the death of her daughter. Ahmed said that Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) should also constitute a committee to initiate inquiry against such kind of private medical hospitals. The Johar Town police had registered a case under Section 322 against the management of the private hospital of Johar Town, he added. He said he did not nominate any doctor in the FIR, however, he is not satisfied with the Section applied in the FIR by the Johar Town police.