LAHORE - Emergency was declared in various hospitals of the City after two deadly attacks made by the terrorists on two different religious places of Qadiyanis wherein more than 70 people were killed and about 100 other injured here on Friday. Injured were rushed to the various hospitals of the City including, Mayo, Services, Jinnah, Ganga Ram, Sheikh Zayed and General hospital by the Rescue workers and hospital ambulances. A good number of citizens gathered in the hospitals in search of their loved ones who were present at the religious places during terror attack. Some others were there to donate bloods to the injured peoples. As per details four dead bodies and two injured were rushed to Ganga Ram hospital, 18 dead and 24 inured were brought to Jinnah hospital, 13 dead and 55 inured to Services hospital, 3 dead and 3 injured to Sheikh Zayed, two dead and four injured to General hospital, two injured to Ittefaq and 19 dead bodies were brought to Mayo hospital for treatment. It is worth mentioning here that two senior police officials were also among the injured including Haider Asharaf and a DSP. Hospitals administrations however played remarkable role in providing treatment to the injured by calling the duty off doctors on duty. Senior doctors and head of the institutes also rushed to the emergencies of their hospitals to supervise the treatment process. Vice Chancellor King Edward Medical University, Professor Dr Zafar Ullah Khan and Principal Allama Iqbal Medical College, Professor Dr Javed Akram themselves cared the injured and provided medical treatment to them in Emergencies of their relevant hospitals. Medical Superintendent of Jinnah Hospital Dr Muhammad Hassan confirmed that the hospital received 14 dead bodies, while three other seriously injured expired in the hospital. He said 20 injured were brought to the hospital of whom three were fatally injured and expired. He said all specialised treatment facilities are being provided to the injured under the supervision of professor doctors. EDO (Health) Lahore Fayyaz Ranjha said that Punjab chief minister has directed all the hospitals managements to provide better treatment facilities to the injured. Dr Saeed Elahi, Chairman CM Task Force on Health and Fayyaz Ranjha visited Services hospital and assured the injured the better facilities of treatment. Commissioner Lahore also visited Mayo hospital and monitored the treatment process of the injured.