"Taking my father to PKLI was one of the worst nightmares of my life. Doctors told us a story about my father suffering from cancer, the very first day of our visit and then they stuck to it till his last breath, without putting in any serious effort to diagnose his real illness. During the time my father was admitted in the hospital, the only rule PKLI staff knows and tried to implement at any cost, was one attendant with one patient. They put immense efforts to make sure that this rule is not broken, even hiring goons in the name of security who can enter any private room at any time without permission to harass the patients and their attendants. The doctors are least bothered to visit patients. It can take any where from half an hour to two hours to call the duty doctor to the room. Doctors and consultants are not up to the mark. Nursing staff is a bit helping. Like most of the hospitals in Pakistan, PKLI also treats patients as ATM machines, lying helpless in front of them ready to dispense any amount they demand. At the time of death of my father, I had got money in my hands ready to pay and take the dead body back home, but the accounting staff was not ready to let us go because it was one o'clock on Friday and the time for Jumma prayers and they were asking me to come back at 3 o'clock to finalize the payment and get the dead body released. I had to request a gentleman from hospital to stand as my guarantor just to get my father's dead body released from the hospital. In my opinion, avoid taking your patients to PKLI."