A private hospital in Islamabad is accused of negligence, resulting in a newborn baby girl losing both her legs. According to the father, the premature infant was placed in an incubator, where her legs sustained severe burns due to the high temperature. The hospital administration allegedly prevented the family from seeing the baby and concealed the burn wounds by wrapping her legs in bandages, misleading them about an allergy. Only when the parents transferred the baby to another hospital did they discover the extent of the burns. The newborn is now being treated at the burns ward of Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) Hospital. This incident follows a previous case of alleged negligence in which a 15-month-old boy died in a private hospital in Karachi. The boy’s father claims that there was no pediatrician present, and the treatment administered resulted in the child’s death. Despite providing evidence, including medicine slips and videos, the police have yet to register a case against the doctors involved. The matter has been forwarded to the Sindh Health Care Commission (SHCC) for investigation and possible legal action.