Now, ‘Mystifying’ advocate to undergo Poison Detection Test

Vishal Sharma
The mystery of advocate, Raman Wazir who is undergoing medical examination in the Government Medical College (GMC) Jammu is further graving due to involvement of various dimensions. Owing to this dilemma, the advocate will be now shifted to AIIMS for Poison Detection Test.
This was ordered by the Jammu and Kashmir High Court after hearing to the Principal GMC Jammu who said that the medical tests conducted upon Advocate Raman Wazir appeared to be normal, yet neurologically he is in a semi-conscious state and that as yet he is not fit for making a statement.
He made clear that he had a brief gesture interaction with the Wazir and it seems that patient has pain in his legs, abdomen and head although no apparent injury has been found on his body. He added that the patient does not know how he reached Chandigarh.
Principal further stated that Poison Detection Facility is not available at Jammu, therefore, in his opinion the patient requires to be referred to AIIMS at New Delhi today itself.
Though, the court has made clear to the Principal GMC that the referral of advocate to AIIMS New Delhi is upto the medical board constituted by him as it has decide the mode of transportation i.e. CCU ambulance or by air ambulance by which advocate will be shifted to AIIMS. However, in both the
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