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    Published On : Fri, Jun 10th, 2016
    Latest News | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    Raju Bhadre admitted to GMCH with alleged heart ailment

    File Photo: Raju Bhadre

    File Photo: Raju Bhadre

    Nagpur: Ill-famous goon Raju Bhadre, who is undergoing sentence under MCOCA in Nagpur Central Prison in Ajay Raut kidnapping case, was admitted to Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) late in the night on June 9, 2016 after he reportedly complained of severe chest pain.

    According to sources in the prison, the goon had complained of chest pain and the prison doctor recommended Angiography in Super Specialty Hospital of GMCH. So he was shifted to GMCH late in the night and kept in Intensive Care Unit of Cardiology Department situated in Second Floor.

    After receiving information, the Nagpur Police provided a heavy security cover (around 300+) of cops in plain-cloths as well as in uniform outside the hospital building. Except for medical professionals of GMCH, no one is allowed to go near him, claimed some sources.

    While speaking exclusively with Nagpur Today, Dean of Government Medical College and Hospital Dr Abhimanyu Niswade said that the management will not entertain criminals to enjoy the hospitality of GMCH without genuine ailments. He went on to say that most of the times, the patients like these who come to GMCH do not suffer from the ailments they claim to have and are sent to GMCH for treatment. As far as Raju Bhadre is concerned, he was brought to Super Specialty Hospital of GMCH for Angiography. However, the angiography could not be performed on June 9, 2016 or even on today i.e. June 10, 2016 due to some technical reasons. However, against his wishes, he was admitted in the Intensive Care Unit of GMCH situated in the Second Floor. As far as the security arrangements are concerned newly inducted Ex-servicemen guards of GMCH have been deployed instead of the city policemen. Dean Niswade claimed that the presence of Cops with or without uniform sends wrong message to other patients.

    However cops are deployed outside the building to ensure that no persons with criminal antecedents come to meet him. Dean Niswade said that they would be subjecting Raju Bhadre to all the diagnostic tests tomorrow to ascertain the exact ailment he is suffering from. If he is genuinely required to be admitted, only is such case will they will decide further course of treatment.

    According to reliable sources, the goon Raju Bhadre has adopted a similar modus operandi for coming out of Central Prison and enjoying the freedom of meeting people and availing the facility of eating home cooked food. Last time, when he was incarcerated in Nagpur Central Prison, in connivance with the prison doctor, he came out and was allegedly admitted in Super Specialty Hospital (A unit of GMCH).

    Sources claimed that throughout the day, a barrage of lawyers was seen visiting him at the Super-Specialty Hospital to appraise him of the status of his case in the court (on various offences registered against him). Sources also alleged that some women who were previously arrested under PITA Act had also visited him. Often immediately after his visit to Super Specialty hospital he would either be released on bail or parole. The Dean vehemently said that criminal or not, if he has a genuine ailment, he will get treatment or else he will be sent where he has to be.

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