Sanwar Lal Jat shifted to AIIMS in Delhi, condition still critical
Jaipur: Former union minister and the chairperson of Rajasthan farmers commission Sanwar Lal Jat who suffered cardiac arrest nearly a week ago was shifted to AIIMS in Delhi for further treatment. His condition is stated to be stable, but still critical.
A green corridor was created to rush him to Jaipur International Airport from SMs Hospital. He was shifted to the Delhi hospital in an air ambulance. In Delhi too, a green corridor was created so that he could be rushed to AIIMS quickly.
Jat is being kept in special ward in the hospital and a team of doctors has been constituted for his treatment.
While he was admitted in SMS hospital, he remained unconscious. He was being kept on ventilator.
“His condition is stable, critical and feeding by Ryles tube was started,” according to an SMS Hospital medical bulletin.
Rajasthan Sanwar Lal Jat suffered cardiac arrest while the party’s national president Amit Shah was taking a meeting of ministers here on Saturday.
The leaders participating in the meeting told The PinkCity Post that a discussion on the problems of farmers was in progress. Sanwar Lal Jat who is also the chairman of Rajasthan farmers commission apprised Amit Shah of the problems being faced by peasants in the state. His presentation was over. He suddenly felt uneasiness and walked towards the door of the meeting hall. It was when he just collapsed, creating panic among people present in the meeting.
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