HYDERABAD: Mohammad Munshi, one of eight people who were injured during blasts outside bank branches across Sindh on May 2, died on Sunday. Munshi, 68, was checking a suspicious device that was emitting smoke outside Sindh Bank in Kotri, Jamshoro, when it exploded. He used to work as a gatekeeper at a nearby apartment. The victim’s family said that he was initially shifted to Civil Hospital, Hyderabad, and then taken to Liaquat University Hospital, Jamshoro, where doctors referred him to a hospital in Karachi. However, his relatives complain that a government-run hospital in Karachi refused to admit him because of the severity of his injuries.
Published in The Express Tribune, May 7th, 2012.
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