Panic gripped the patients and the attendants in SMHS hospital after a number of injured persons, who were either hit by bullets or pellets were brought to the hospital for treatment.
A number of injured civilians were rushed to the hospital for treatment after they received either pellet or bullet injuries, witnesses said.
The families of the injured persons were also seen wailing in the hospital while many others were seen raising slogans against the government, they added.
Shopkeepers outside the hospital had downed their shutters to mourn the killings of two militants and a civilian and were seen sharing their sympathies with the victims.
“The killings and injuring unarmed civilians is injustice and the violation of Human rights,” one among the locals present in the hospital said.
As the bodies of the injured were continuously arriving to the hospital in the ambulances, the atmosphere remained surcharged.
Witnesses said that volunteers were immediately shifting the injured people to the emergency wards.
Importantly, the people who were assisting the injured persons were also seen buying medicines for the injured persons.