ISLAMABAD: Around two lakh rupees have been spent so far on the treatment of Sikandar, the gunman who kept Islamabad on standstill for more than five hours, out of which around one lakh rupees were spent on antibiotics
According to the report, Sikandar likes to have fresh juices and eat food having meat while he in under treatment in Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) in the federal capital. He doesn’t like eating cooked vegetables.
The reports said Sikandar’s medical expenditure has been currently deducted from the hospital’s budget.
PIMS spokesperson Dr Waseem Khawaja said Sikandar recently had his eyes tested and that the wounds inside his stomach and on the body are healing.
On August 15, accompanied by his wife and children Sikandar brought Islamabad to a halt by waving two semi-automatic guns and occasionally firing into the air. Despite being surrounded by police personnel, Rangers and Anti-Terrorism Squad, Sikandar continued the hold-up for over five hours, at the end of which both his wife and him were arrested.