Army chief instructs to provide prosthetic limb to police constable
RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff General Qammar Javed Bajwa has acknowledged the sacrifice of Punjab Police constable Sabir Hussain who lost his limb during an operation in Dera Ghazi Khan.
According to the Inter Services Public relation, the army chief has directed the Armed Forces Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine (AFIRM) in Rawalpindi provide prosthetic limbs to the constable.
“COAS acknowledges great sacrifice of Constable Sabir Hussain of Punjab Police who lost his limb during an operation in DG Khan. COAS directs Army Rehabilitation Institute AFIRM to undertake artificial limb procedure for the brave constable,” stated DG ISPR Maj General Asif Ghafoor.
The incident took placed on February in DG Khan where terror suspects attacked a police in which constable Sabir Hussain was seriously injured.
The constable received several gunshots to his feet and hands, and his leg was amputated in the incident. However, he would now undergo artificial limb procedure at the army rehabilitation institute.