KARACHI - People injured in the Ashura procession blast have linked the incident to the ongoing wave of terrorism in the country, saying that the terrorists are serving the vested interest of the US and Israel and their agents. They said that the so-called Jihadis are defaming Islam by carrying out such inhuman acts. The injured admitted to Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH) and Liaquat National Hospital (LNH) expressed these views while talking to The Nation here on Monday. Around 19 injured people out of the total 119 are being treated at AKUH and LNH, while 11 inured are in AKUH and eight are in LNH. The condition of the injured is stated to be out of danger, according to the spokesperson of Jaffariya Alliance. It is to be noted that as many as 54 injured people of the bomb blast had been admitted to AKUH. On other hand, the spokesman for the Sindh Health Department said that around 65 Azadar, injured in the blast, had been admitted to different hospitals of the metropolis. As many as 18 admitted to AKUH, eight LNH, two to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre and one to Civil Hospital Karachi, he said. Some injured, admitted to AKUH, said that they were recovering fast, while the hospital staff was very kind to them. They said, There is no difference between the US and Taliban - they are two sides of a coin. So-called Jihadis are trying to hit Islamic values, norms and customs to get their vested interests; the militants cannot stop religious gatherings in the country. Bomb blast cannot horrify us. The aftermath of the blast is great conspiracy against the innocent Karachiites. Three injured, under treatment at AKUH including Muhammad Yousuf, Hussain Taiyab and Imran Ramazan, said that President Zardari did not pay visit to us but he had sent bouquet for the patients. They said that Iranian Counsel General also visited us and gave us Rs 10,000 each. AKUH saves injured from amputation Dr Haroonur Rasheed, a senior orthopaedic at Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH), told The Nation that a medical team of the AKUH had saved the legs of a blast injured, namely Imran Ramazan from amputation. The injureds condition was critical, he said, adding that another operation of the injured would be carried out on Tuesday (today) however, his condition was out of danger. Dr Rasheed said that two more injured were expected to be discharged within couple of days. When Imran Ramazan was asked about the condition after the blast, he said that he was very near to the place where the bomb had exploded. He said, Just after the blast I fell unconscious that is why I cant explain about the scene after the blast. He expressed his gratitude for doctors and paramedical staff, saying that all doctors and other staff had played pivotal role in his recovery.