Seven more bullet and bomb injured Rohingyas were admitted to Chittagong Medical Coi9llege Hospital (CMCH) on Sunday. As a result, around 100 Rohingyas who could manage to reach Chittagong with critical bullet and bomb injuries got treatment from CMCH so far.
The newly admitted Rohingyas are identified as Mohammad Hamid Hossain (32), Mohammad Taher Hossain (19), Mohammad Abul Kalam (35), Mohammad Shamsul Alam (36), Mohammad Rashid Ullah (24), Mohammad Monsur Rahman (26), Karim Ullah (40), Fatema Begum (15) and Aziza Begum (12). All of them hailed from Mongdu at Akiyab in Myanmar. They received bullet injuries during the fresh attack by Myanmar army, they claimed.
A total of 96 bullet and bomb injured Rohingyas have been admitted to Chittagong Medical College Hospital after fleeing from Myanmar with critical injuries so far. Of the injured, two died at the hospital and rests are undergoing treatment at the Chittagong Medical College Hospital.
Brigadier General Md Jalal Uddin, the Director of the Chittagong Medical College Hospital said they admitted around one hundred Rohigyas so far. "They are our patients. We have admitted to our hospital for humanity. We did not consider their citizenship, but considered the humanitarian ground for their treatment."
He said almost all of the patients reached after long hours of their injuries. So, their conditions were critical. But, the Chittagong Medical College Hospital provided best treatment to them. According to him of the Rohingya patients, only one was injured by lethal weapons while rests were bomb injured or bullet injured.
The bomb injured patients are undergoing treatment at Burn Unit while rest are in surgical unit. "I hope the lives of the rest patients will be saved by our treatment," he added. Dr Ajoy Kumar, the Deputy Director of the Chittagong Medical College Hospital said the CMCH authority is giving treatment to the Rohingyas.
Professor Dr Moham-mad Iqbal Hossain, the registrar of surgery Unit of Chittagong Medical College Hospital said, "We have provided our best treatment to them as they were brutally tortured and received bullet injuries."
However, talking to the patients and their attendants who came from Myanmar it is observed that the Myanmar army brutally attacked on the villagers who were farmers and opened fire on the civilians.
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