New Delhi: The relatives of Delhi High Court blast victims, who are already bearing the agony that their loved ones are undergoing severe pain and difficulties, have blamed the hospital administration for providing poor nursing facilities.

According to the victims’ relatives, neither the patients are being administered medicines on time nor are the staffs available for timely dressing of wounds.

At present 11 blast victims are admitted to the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital (RML). Six among them are in recovery room, other four are admitted to orthopedic ward and one patient Madan Mohan Sharma, who has already lost his one leg due to infection, is under intensive care unit.

Feared over poor nursing facility, Sharma’s wife is apprehensive that the infection may reach to his another leg. Contrary to these blames, RML Chief Medical Officer Dr Sunil Saxena said, “Condition of all patients is stable.”

(JPN/Bureau)