Doctors declared on Friday that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has been discharged with “appropriate orders, due to her repeated requests,” two days after she had been wounded during her Nandigram tour as well as her stay and later brought to a government hospital for care.
Doctors at SSKM Hospital in Kolkata, where she was being examined, recommended her to return in seven days.
Mamata reported on Wednesday evening that she was assaulted by four to five men during her campaign in Nandigram, who pushed her and slammed the door of her car in her face, injuring her.
Doctors earlier, while talking to the media, kept telling about the condition and seriousness of the Banerjee. He said that Mamata slept well at night and she also is responding well to treatment.
“Our team will review her condition this morning. They may cut open the temporary plaster on her left leg to see how the injury has healed. A few medical tests might also be conducted,” a senior doctor told the news agency. Media can always be seen outside the hospital to get the most information out of the doctors.
The doctor also told the media and make the people feel relieved after the news that the swelling on her left ankle has decreased to much extent. Also, she is feeling less pain in her neck, shoulder, and waist, he added.
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“We generally advise patients with similar injuries as that of Banerjee at least three to four weeks of rest,” the doctor said.
Mamata Banerjee is a 66-year-old chief minister of West Bengal. She will try out different kinds of wheelchairs soon to see which one makes her comfortable, the doctor added.
The Trinamool Congress head at West Bengal had suffered injuries on her left leg as well as her waist as she fell on the ground. She said that she was following the alleged attack.
During her hospitalization, Banerjee released a video message from her hospital bed. She was trying to make her supporters calm and peaceful and urged them to maintain peace and avoid violence.
“I would appeal to my party cadres, supporters, activists, and common people to maintain peace and calm. It is true that I was badly hurt last night and felt severe pain in the chest and head. The doctors are looking after me,” she further said.
“I appeal to everyone to maintain peace. I hope to be back on the field in the next few days,” Mamata Banerjee said.