Haryana’s Residence Minister Anil Vij fractured his left thigh bone when he slipped within the toilet of his Ambala Cantonment residence whereas taking a shower on final Tuesday. CM Manohar Lal Khattar visited the chief at Max Hospital, Mohali, Punjab to learn about his well being on Monday. Vij, who additionally holds the well being and concrete native our bodies portfolios within the state, shared a picture on Twitter when Khattar visited him.
Haryana CM at Max Hospital
CM Haryana Manohar Lal ji at Max Hospital , Mohali, Punjab to learn about well being of Anil Vij Residence Minister, Haryana who has his left thigh bone damaged lately in a slip in his toilet. pic.twitter.com/TjK4CdPUmn
— ANIL VIJ MINISTER HARYANA (@anilvijminister) June 14, 2020
Dr Prabhakar Sharma, who attended to the senior BJP chief at a non-public hospital at Ambala Cantonment had stated that an X-ray revealed that the fracture was a significant one and will require surgical procedure. Deputy Commissioner Ashok Sharma and Civil Surgeon Dr Kuldeep Singh additionally reached the hospital when the minister was being examined.
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Subsequently, Vij, a six-time MLA from Ambala Cantonment, was referred to a non-public hospital close to Chandigarh. In response to PTI sources, after attending to some individuals who had come to fulfill him at his residence within the morning, Vij went to the lavatory on the primary ground of his home, the place he slipped and fell down whereas taking a shower. He was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance.
Numerous BJP employees reached his residence as quickly as they bought to know in regards to the incident. This was the second such incident within the latest previous.
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(With PTI inputs)