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    Published On : Fri, Dec 13th, 2013
    Latest News | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    Dr Deshmukh hit by jaundice but still no red beacon car in sight, top leaders visit him

    The doctors are examining Dr Deshmukh every two hours. Dr. Deshmukh’s blood sample was sent to a Mumbai laboratory and the test revealed bilirubin at 4.8 mg/dl level pointing out that Dr Deshmukh has hit by acute jaundice.

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    Nagpur News: The health of Dr Ashish Deshmukh, who has undertaken an indefinite fast to press his demand for creation of Vidarbha State, has further deteriorated. The doctors are examining Dr Deshmukh every two hours. Dr. Deshmukh’s blood sample was sent to a Mumbai laboratory and the test revealed bilirubin at 4.8 mg/dl level pointing out that Dr Deshmukh has been suffering from acute jaundice. Doctors have expressed their concern over health of the fasting leader. However, the supporters and other leaders are expecting red beacon cars carrying a senior Government representative.

    Dr Deshmukh is on indefinite fast since December 6 at Bhaskar Bhavan premises near MLA Hostel in Civil Lines.

    Vidarbhaveer Jambuwantrao Dhote and Jogendra Kawade reached the venue and advised Dr Deshmukh to break his fast. “Don’t risk your life for the adamant Congress leaders” Dhote and Kawade told him. The BJP leaders too visited Dr Deshmukh as soon as they were apprised of his deteriorating health. The BJP leaders who visited the venue include Mayor Anil Deshmukh, MLA Sudhakar Deshmukh, MLA Krishna Khopde, MLA Suresh Parve, Girish Vyas, Nagpur District President Dr Rajiv Poddar, Sonbaji Musale and others. All the leaders extended their support to separate Vidarbha State.

    The Day-8 saw many veteran and present leaders visiting Dr Deshmukh and extending support him and also creation of Vidarbha State. Those who met Dr Deshmukh include former minister Vinod Gurdhe Patil, Yavatmal’s former MLA Kirti Gandhi (NCP), Chandrapur’s former MLA Zainuddin Jhaveri, Prakash Tekade, Dilip Dhote, NCP’s Bandopant Umarkar, Mohabbat Singh Tuli, Navnit Singh Tuli, Rakesh Sharma, Yavatmal’s former MLA Vijayatai Dhote, Rajkumar Tirpude and hundreds of workers and leaders from across Vidarbha.

    The Vidarbha protagonists were enraged over the fact that all the ministers, ruling party MPs, MLAs and others leaders are in Nagpur but nobody has turned up to see Dr Deshmukh for enquiring his health at least. Dr Deshmukh is fighting a “do or die battle”, his supporters said.

     

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