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Young Doctor Buried in Nangarhar Afghanistan

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    Posted: 09-Mar-2017 at 11:32pm

Young Doctor’s Family Shares Post-Attack Ordeal!

Doctors have also said that attacks on medical facilities and doctors were against human values as doctors have no link to any political groups and parties.

Dr. Ezatullah Sediqqi, 25, had joined the hospital as a physician only two days before being killed in Wednesday’s suicide attacks on Kabul military hospital.
 
He was one of 30 people who died in the attack by four insurgents.
 
Sediqqi was from the eastern province of Nangarhar. His body was buried was today in Jalal Abad city.
 
He graduated from the medical faculty of Nangarhar University and started his career only two days ago at Sardar Mohammad Daud in Kabul. The insurgents did not allow him to serve his country and people and killed him alongside 29 others after storming the hospital.
 
“Such an attack is an unprecedented crime against humanity. I it was full of fear and terror. I went there to find the dead body of my son. I saw someone lying there without a head, others without legs and hands,” said colonel Noor Sediqq, victim’s father.
 
Sediqqi’s family has condemned the terrorists for the attack on ordinary people. They called on the government to eliminate the enemies of Afghanistan.
 
“Ezatullah pursued his practice at Nangarhar hospital and until recently he was employed at Sardar Daud hospital. My brother buried with a lot of hope and desire,” said victim’s brother Matiullah.
 
Sediqqi was married to one of his classmates, but now the life of his wife has been devastated and she is alone.
 
“Ezatullah married his classmate who is also a doctor, it is very painful for his wife,” said the victim’s relative.
 
“Attacks on hospitals are against religious values, the scholars strongly condemn plotters of such attacks. We want the government to eliminate such individuals,” said religious scholar Maulavi Abdul Ghafar.
 
Religious scholars have also denounced the terror attack in the strongest possible terms.
 
Doctors have also said that attacks on medical facilities and doctors were against human values as doctors have no link to any political groups and parties.
 
“We the doctors are not associated to politics and will not do so. there is no justification to attack the doctors. We call on the warring sides not to attack the doctors and ensure their protection,” said Najib Kamawal, head of Nangarhar health department.
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