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Jogi stable, but only semi-conscious

April 12, 2004 09:18 IST
Last Updated: April 12, 2004 09:30 IST


Former Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Ajit Jogi, who was operated upon on Sunday night at the Bombay Hospital in south Mumbai, for a spine injury he suffered in an accident, is now stable, a doctor attending on him said.

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"Jogi is stable and all his health parametres are fine and [he] is semi-conscious. Only by afternoon we will be in a position to tell how he is responding to the surgery," Dr Devpujari, a neuro-surgeon, told PTI.

A team of five doctors headed by Dr Devpujari operated upon Jogi for over three hours.

Jogi will be on ventilator till Monday night , Dr Devpujari said.

Jogi was injured when his car crashed into a tree in his Mahasamund Lok Sabha constituency.
 
Chhatisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee general secretary Mehttar Lal Sahu and Jogi's driver were also critically injured in the accident.     

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Sub: wish for speedy recovery

I wish for his speedy recovery. He is a great fighter against communal forces. Mr. Jogi can do lot for his party.I wish the brave ...


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Dear Mr Jogi May god ensure that you recover fast. Pl come back and do something really good for the soceity


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