Condition of 2 Mon Firing Hurt Stable

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HT Correspondent

Dibrugarh, Dec 9: The two survivors of Nagaland ambush, admitted at Assam Medical College and Hospital (AMCH) are now in stable condition.

AMCH superintendent Prasanta Dehingia said, “Both were brought to AMCH in a serious condition but now they are stable. Both of them were admitted to the ICU and our doctors were monitoring them constantly. One Jargo Konyak was operated successfully and he is better now. Another Sailong Konyak will have his operation soon. He was given three units of blood due to his low hemoglobin. If his hemoglobin level increases then he will be operated on. Both were admitted to the Surgery department of AMCH.”

“On December 5, around 1 am they were brought to AMCH. Jargo bore bullet injury on orbit and head. His operation was successfully done by the team of our doctors. Sailong bore injury on chest and elbow,” said Dehingia.

On Wednesday evening, a Congress delegation met the injured at AMCH. The delegation consisted of AICC general secretary Jitendra Singh, Dr. Ajoy Kumar, MP Gaurav Gogoi and Anto Anthony.

Talking to media persons, Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi said, “We don’t know what actually happened. The truth has not come to light. Union Home minister Amit Shah is only giving statements in the parliament. Amit Shah should visit Oting village in Nagaland and apologise for what had happened.”

The four member Congress delegation was stopped by the Assam police in Assam’s Jorhat airport on Wednesday.

The delegation was to travel to Mon district in Nagaland where 14 civilians were killed in firing by security forces.



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