The Hush Post | 12:00 pm | One-minute read
The Pakistan Army on Monday remained silent over the blast in Rawalpindi hospital where Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar was treated. There were no talks about Masood except the rumors that he may have been amongst the injured.
Though the Indian Intelligence agencies don’t have any confirmation regarding this. The Telegram channel gave an update that Massor Azhar was one among the 10 injured during the blasts. There was a total blackout by the authorities, it added.
Suffering from renal failure, Masood Azhar is a regular visitor to the Army Hospital for dialysis. Last Sunday, many Pakistani Twitter users uploaded the video of blast claiming that 10 people were injured.
A Twitter user with the name of Ahsan Ullah MiaKhail, who identifies himself as a human rights worker and PTM activist (Pashtun Tahfuz Movement) activist posted a video of the blast saying, “Huge #blast at Military Hospital in #Rawalpindi, #Pakistan. 10 injured shifted to the emergency. Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Maulana Masood Azhar is admitted here. Complete Media blackout by Army. Media asked strictly not to cover this story (sic).”
Huge #blast at Military Hospital in #Rawalpindi, #Pakistan. 10 injured shifted to emergency.
Jaish-E-Mohammad Chief Maulana Masood Azahar is admitted here.Completely Media blackout by Army. Media asked Strictly not to cover this story@a_siab @nidkirm @GulBukhari @mazdaki pic.twitter.com/sTIYrJ7sAn
— Ahsan Ullah MiaKhail (@AhsanUlMiakhail) June 23, 2019
After Pulwama attacks, India retaliated by bombing by Jaish terror camp in Balakot on February 26. Azhar was believed to have been undergoing treatment at Rawalpindi Hospital. After the strikes, Azhar was shifted to a safe location.