UP minister being bitten by a suspected animal, rushed to hospital

 
Girish Chandra Yadav

Lucknow: After being bitten by some suspected animal, the Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Girish Chandra Yadav, rushed to the hospital nearby. The Minister was on a tour of the Banda district. As per the directions of the Chief Minister he stayed at the circuit house of the districts. A senior official at the district hospital said that the bite is possible of Rat or Mole 

According to the district officials of the Banda district, at nearly 3 am, the Minister started feeling uneasy. He suspected that he was bitten by some animal on his hand. He rushed to the trauma center of the district hospital. He was properly examined. After feeling well, he was discharged and returned to Lucknow.

The Minister said that he doesn’t know which animal has bitten him, though there was blood, on the spot of the bite. The CMS of the district hospital, Dr SN Mishra, said that the minister was bitten on the finger of the right hand. The examination reveals that it may be by rat or mole

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