Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik was admitted to SKIMS after he was not passing urine from yesterday evening, a spokesman said on Wednesday.
In a statement issued to KNS, the JKLF spokesman said that instead of urine he was passing blood and from today morning he was feeling severe pain. “Malik was first taken to Khyber hospital and then to SMHS and from there to SKIMS where senior urologist Doctor Salim Wani and cardiologist Nisar saw him,” the spokesman said.
He said that Malik’s INR and USG were taken and USG showed a blood clot in his urinary track, which needed to be removed on priority. “He was shifted to operation theater where a catheter was fixed in his urinary track from which blood and urine is being extracted,” spokesman added.
Prior to that his INR and PTI, tests had been taken which had alarmingly come wrong. “Doctors had doubled his dosage of medicine he is taking for his heart ailment and advised him to go for regular checkups after every two days,” he said, adding that but authorities at Srinagar central jail refused to accept doctors advice and didn’t take him for much needed checkups, which deteriorated his health.
“He was released after some 10 days of incarceration but from last night. His urine stopped to come out and from early morning today he was feeling lot of pain after which he has been admitted at Soura hospital and is being treated by a team of doctors,” he said. (KNS)