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West Bengal: CM Mamata Banerjee suffers many bone injuries

According to doctors, Mamata Banerjee has swelling in her right leg and has suffered serious injuries. She is also having chest pain and difficulty in breathing.

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Published on 11 March 2021 3:30 AM GMT

West Bengal: CM Mamata Banerjee suffers many bone injuries
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New Delhi: West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee was allegedly attacked during the election campaign in Nandigram. It is being told that some people pushed the CM, due to which she fell. The Chief Minister received first aid at SSKM Hospital on Wednesday night.

Mamata Banerjee suffers severe injuries:

According to doctors, Mamata Banerjee has swelling in her right leg and has suffered serious injuries. She is also having chest pain and difficulty in breathing. After Mamta Banerjee's hospitalization, TMC will not release its manifesto today.

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CM Mamata under doctor's observation:

According to the information received, Mamta Banerjee's left ankle has also suffered a serious injury. Along with this there are scratch marks on the foot. There is also an injury on the right shoulder. Initial investigation revealed that Mamata's wrist and neck were also hurt. Doctor M. Bandhopadhyay of SSKM Hospital told that CM Mamata Banerjee will be kept under observation for the next 48 hours.

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A senior doctor told that the Chief Minister was taken for MRI at Bangur Institute of Neurosciences in the same campus. These doctors associated with the medical team treating Banerjee said, 'X-ray of the left leg of the Chief Minister was done. We also wanted to do an MRI. After assessing her injury, the next step of treatment will be decided.

He said that after doing MRI, the Chief Minister can be brought back to the special ward again. The doctor said, "We need to keep an eye on his condition before she is discharged (from the hospital)." The state government has formed a team of five senior doctors for the treatment of Banerjee.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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