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Akhil�s health condition stable

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GUWAHATI, July 12 - The health condition of KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi, who tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, is stated to be stable. GMCH superintendent Dr Abhijit Sarma told The Assam Tribune that Gogoi is under observation of a five-member team of doctors comprising Dr Bhabani Prasad Chakravarty, Dr Sangeet Dutta, Dr Nilam Khaund, Dr Brajen Lahkar and Dr Basanta Hazarika.

After reports confirmed his infection last evening, the Guwahati Central Jail authority shifted Gogoi to the GMCH for treatment. According to his advocates and several members of the KMSS, Gogoi was not keeping well for the last several days.

While being taken to the GMCH late last night, Gogoi told the reporters present on the hospital premises that he had faced severe torture inside the jail. �I am not in a condition to bear any more torture... Jai Aai Asom...,� he said in a seemingly frail tone.

KMSS adviser Hussain Mohammad Sahjahan today warned the State government not to compromise with the treatment of Gogoi and other KMSS leaders. Two other KMSS leaders � Dharjya Konwar and Bitu Sonowal � also tested COVID-19 positive and are undergoing treatment at the GMCH.

Gogoi�s wife Dr Gitashree Tamuli today filed a petition at the NIA Special Court here seeking an order to the effect that the family members of all the hospitalised KMSS leaders are informed about their medical status on a regular basis.

KMSS leader Bhasco D Saikia, who today visited the GMCH, said that Gogoi is still complaining of fever and knee pain.

Four KMSS leaders, including Manash Konwar, have been in judicial custody for over 200 days after they were booked on charges of sedition.

Meanwhile, Akhil Gogoi�s mother and many other organisations, including the AASU, have demanded proper medical care and release of all the arrested KMSS leaders.

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Akhil�s health condition stable

GUWAHATI, July 12 - The health condition of KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi, who tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, is stated to be stable. GMCH superintendent Dr Abhijit Sarma told The Assam Tribune that Gogoi is under observation of a five-member team of doctors comprising Dr Bhabani Prasad Chakravarty, Dr Sangeet Dutta, Dr Nilam Khaund, Dr Brajen Lahkar and Dr Basanta Hazarika.

After reports confirmed his infection last evening, the Guwahati Central Jail authority shifted Gogoi to the GMCH for treatment. According to his advocates and several members of the KMSS, Gogoi was not keeping well for the last several days.

While being taken to the GMCH late last night, Gogoi told the reporters present on the hospital premises that he had faced severe torture inside the jail. �I am not in a condition to bear any more torture... Jai Aai Asom...,� he said in a seemingly frail tone.

KMSS adviser Hussain Mohammad Sahjahan today warned the State government not to compromise with the treatment of Gogoi and other KMSS leaders. Two other KMSS leaders � Dharjya Konwar and Bitu Sonowal � also tested COVID-19 positive and are undergoing treatment at the GMCH.

Gogoi�s wife Dr Gitashree Tamuli today filed a petition at the NIA Special Court here seeking an order to the effect that the family members of all the hospitalised KMSS leaders are informed about their medical status on a regular basis.

KMSS leader Bhasco D Saikia, who today visited the GMCH, said that Gogoi is still complaining of fever and knee pain.

Four KMSS leaders, including Manash Konwar, have been in judicial custody for over 200 days after they were booked on charges of sedition.

Meanwhile, Akhil Gogoi�s mother and many other organisations, including the AASU, have demanded proper medical care and release of all the arrested KMSS leaders.

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