ISLAMABAD-The fact finding inquiry report of the death incident of a patient due to wrong blood transfusion in the Polyclinic (Federal Government Services Hospital), which was earlier supposed to be completed within 72 hours, has been submitted to the Health Ministry after passage of more than a week. The details of the inquiry report are being kept confidential. The aggrieved family after losing all hopes to get justice form the Health Ministry has decided to take the hospital administration to the court on their own. To make their case stronger, the aggrieved party has now changed the section mentioned in the First Investigation Report (FIR) filed in the Aabpara Police Station against Dr Javaid and Dr Muhmmad Bilal. Now the case has been filed under section 322 (professional negligence) instead of 319, which is non-warrantable. Sources close to the development told TheNation that after failing to bring around the relatives of the deceased patient the hospital administration decided to support the accused doctors. As the hospital administration tried its best to stop the relatives from filing an FIR against the doctors, as it was of the view that if the Ministry is investigating into the matter then there is no need of taking up the case into the court, he continued. Apparently, sources further maintained that it seemed as both the Ministry and the hospital administration are trying to save the skin of the accused. When the secretary Health Khushnood Akhtar Lashari was contacted in this regard he strongly expressed his commitment to give justice to the aggrieved family saying, Ministry is continuously pursuing the issue and it is a matter of utmost importance, which cannot be ignored at any cost. Replying to a question he said that the hospital administration had submitted the inquiry report on Thursday and in the light of the report, strict action would be taken against the culprits.