Chest pain, Bhuvneshwar signaled to get down Partha, protests on the way to AIIMS

Arrested Minister Partha Chatterjee has been admitted to AIIMS in Bhubaneswar after expressing doubts about the treatment of SSKM. He was taken to Bhubaneswar by air ambulance on Monday morning. Direct transfer from airport to AIIMS. After getting off the ambulance, reporters asked him, how are you? He had no words. He just gestured with his hand on his chest, it is not good, he has pain in his chest.

Partha Chatterjee has multiple physical ailments. Heart problem, knee pain, thyroid – he is suffering from various ailments. After his arrest on Saturday after prolonged interrogation in this condition, first physical examination was done at Jokar ESI Hospital. He later felt ill while appearing before the court. 

After ordering 2 days of ED custody, the Bankshal court judge asked the minister to be sent to SSKM. ED objected to it. On Sunday, the Calcutta High Court (Calcutta HC) ordered the transfer of Partha Chatterjee to AIIMS in Bhubaneswar after a question-and-answer session.

He was taken there by air ambulance on Monday morning. He was taken to AIIMS from the airport. Naturally, the security ring was tightened on Partha Chatterjee’s admission. And because of that, an atmosphere of protest was created in front of the gate. They raised the question, why should a high-profile minister be fired for treatment at AIIMS and our people should be deprived? Bhubaneswar went to AIIMS for treatment from various districts of Bengal. They get medical services through lines from dawn. But due to the overnight admission of Bengal Minister Partha Chattopadhyay, the patient’s family members complained that they were kept waiting for the sake of security.

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Meanwhile, a four-member medical board has been constituted to treat Partha Chatterjee at AIIMS. A doctor told reporters that the minister’s physical condition is currently stable. He will undergo a health examination again. Those reports should be received by 3 pm. Then virtually those reports will be submitted to the special court of ED in Kolkata. Partha Chatterjee’s case is being heard here today.