Anantnag, Jan 23: At one end, the Maternity child care hospital (MCCH) in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district was declared unsafe by the authorities, and at the another end, the hospital is facing the wrath of stray dogs round the clock. Sources said that ‘at least 08 people suffered injuries for last one week, after being attacked by the stray dogs’ inside the premises of Maternity child care hospital (MCCH) Anantnag. They said that out of eight victims, three were attendants of the patients (all women), who were attacked by dogs, on different intervals. “The stray dogs attacked them during night hours, when they were walking on the road inside the hospital premises,” sources said. Talking to attendants of the patients blamed that the hospital administration made a dumping site inside the hospital premises, due to which stray dogs roam openly & pose threat all the time. They said that they have approached concerned Superintendent several times, “but he didn’t pay heed to the grievances, leaving attendents vulnerable.” Meanwhile, talking to the, Principal GMC Anantnag, Showkat Jeelani said that he will look into the matter, and assured that dumping site in the hospital will be removed.