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NTPC explosion: five critical patients are from Lucknow to Delhi

At SGPGI, only five patients are currently in treatment. SGPGI director Rakesh Kapoor said your condition is stable. (Source: PTI Photo)

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One DAY after the toll booth in NTPC is Unchahar plant accident touched 32, five patients were both to New Delhi from Lucknow the KGMU and civil hospitals on Saturday. Arrangements are made to send the six patients from the civil hospital to Delhi on Sunday.

By Friday, 21 injured both from Delhi to Lucknow. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday visited SGPGI, the civil hospital, and KGMU in the city.

"Two patients admitted to the civil clinic were sent to Delhi today while one was discharged," Medical Superintendent Dr. Ashutosh of the House of Dubey said. While three patients from KGMU were sent to Delhi through a green corridor, no one injured was released.

At SGPGI, only five patients are currently in treatment. SGPGI director Rakesh Kapoor said your condition is stable.

On Friday, the state government had released Rs 41 lakh to SGPGI for treating the patient. “The administration of the hospital had given an estimate of Rs 41 lakh. We have released the money, ”said Rae Bareli District Administrator Sanjay Kumar Khatri.

He added that while most of the injured had received ex-gratia Rs 50,000, the chief minister announced that he was left in serious condition with no immediate family members around. "We also have to give Rs 2 lakh to the relatives of the deceased ... the procedure is to identify them," Khatri said.

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