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Wednesday 29 January 2020

Odisha Governor Jamir discharged from hospital

Bhubaneswar: After being discharged from Apollo hospital,Odisha governor S C Jamir claimed that he was admitted for a routine check up and he was perfectly fit.Though the doctors at the hospital said that Jamir was admitted due to chest pain, the Governor himself in a video message claimed that he had gone for a normal check up.Jamir was kept on observation for 24 hours after his admission at the hospital yesterday.

“It is unfortunate that false news has been circulated through media throughout India saying that I had a heart attack. But I want to make it very clear to all concerned that I came to Apollo for a normal check up. Therefore, there is nothing that I had a heart attack. I am perfectly alright, healthy.,” Jamir said in the video released in twitter and facebook.

“H.E Governor Dr S C Jamir had been to Apollo Hospital, Bhubaneswar, for regular health check up. He is perfectly fit in all respects and attending normal office work as usual,” a communication received from Raj Bhavan said.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik and Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan had visited Jamir at the hospital. Patnaik wished speedy recovery of the Governor and had a talk with the hospital’s cardiac specialist P K Sahu who was treating him.

Sahu had yesterday informed that all tests reports of the governor were normal except a mild change in ECG, for which he had been put under observation.

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