Syed Azharuddin, National Secretary, SIO said that the organisation funded his transport and the hospital expenses.
Thirteen days after being attacked allegedly for smuggling cows for slaughter near Alwar, Azmat Khan (24) arrived in Delhi Thursday morning for a medical check-up. Azmat was among five people who were thrashed near Alwar on April 1. While Pehlu Khan (55) died two days later, Azmat has been on bedrest since then.
He visited an orthopedic consultant at Al Shifa Multi-specialty Hospital in Okhla where after a day long check-up doctors finally declared his pain a result of “soft tissue injuries”.
“It pains in my ribs when I breathe and my waist hurts when I move,” said Azmat, adding that the pain was refusing to subside.
At the hospital with his family, a wheelchair-bound Azmat underwent a follow-up review by the doctors in the evening, and was advised bedrest. Later, another set of doctors examined the injury sustained by him in his left eye.