The woman who delivered a baby girl after she was shot in her back in the terrorist attack in Sunjuwan thankful to the army doctors for saving her life. She said, ” I am very thankful to them for saving me and my baby”. The gynecologist who operated the woman said that it was not a routine case and they are happy on successfully operating the critical case. The doctor said ” as a gynecologist, it is always our motto that mother should come along and go with a healthy baby in her lap. It is a very joyful moment in my hospital and our team. The patient is very happy.” The Hospital Commandant said that it is one of the challenging cases among all other injuries despite a woman come in her advanced pregnancy stage with a gunshot wound.
The woman was shot in her lower back by four terrorists who entered the family quarters of the Brigade Army camp in the Sunjuwan area of Jammu and opened fire at the security forces and civilians.Her husband Rifleman Nazir Ahmed also injured in the firing after which both of them shifted to the Military Hospital. On Saturday, a group of heavily armed Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists struck the lounging camp of the 36 brigade of Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry in the early hours around 5 am.Two of the attackers in battle gear also gun down while nine people a major, three personnel and five women and children injured in the daylong operation on Saturday.Six people, including five Army personnel, killed while 10 others injured in the attack by JeM terrorists.
Earlier on Sunday, a National Investigation Agency (NIA) team visited the camp and examined the evidence collected by the Army from the site of the gun battle. it is one of the happiest moment for every women .
A woman who suffered a back injury, passing through such a difficult circumstance gave birth to her baby.
A woman who suffered a back injury, passing through such a difficult circumstance gave birth to her baby. This is a symbol of bravery. We should have thanks to the doctor as well as to the Indian army because of their effort and commitment.