TOBA TEK SINGH

The Pakistan Medical Association held a meeting on Friday and expressed concerns over the delay in arrest of the dacoits who robbed the house of DHQ Hospital Medical Officer Mansha Khan.

The meeting was presided over by Dr Zahid Sattar. He said that dacoits had taken away on gunpoint cash of Rs400,000, ornaments worth Rs300,000 and mobile phones from the house.

The meeting demanded that the DPO should direct Rajana police to immediately arrest the outlaws.

It warned that if the police remained failed to trace the dacoity, the doctors will be forced to start protest against the police. Those addressed the meeting included PMA Secretary General Afzal Dugal, Dr Maqsood Anjum, Dr Maqbool Ahmad, Dr Shahid and Dr Ramzan.