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DM, SSP out of danger

District magistrate Deepak Aggarwal and senior superintendent of police SN Singh were shifted from the Kailash Hospital in Greater Noida to its Noida branch late on Saturday evening after doctors said they were out of danger.

india Updated: May 08, 2011 00:06 IST
Kapil Datta

District magistrate Deepak Aggarwal and senior superintendent of police SN Singh were shifted from the Kailash Hospital in Greater Noida to its Noida branch late on Saturday evening after doctors said they were out of danger. They are in the ICU.

"A bullet pierced through the right knee of Aggarwal. He will be operated upon, after we asses his condition. The SSP was caught in stone-pelting. There is some internal bleeding. He also needs to be operated upon," said Mahesh Sharma, MD of the hospital.

Sannil Kapoor, deputy medical superintendent of Kailash Hospital in Greater Noida, said, "Two PAC men were brought to our hospital. They were declared brought dead. They had sustained bullet wounds. Besides, five PAC men and policemen, who suffered injuries in stone-pelting, have been discharged."

"Aggarwal has sustained one bullet. A lot of bleeding had taken place by the time he was brought to the hospital. We're taking all steps to ensure fast improvement in his health. Overall, he is fine," said Kapoor.

"SSP Surya Nath Singh has suffered injuries on ribs towards the spleen and near liver. He also sustained injuries on his wrist and some other parts of his body," Kapoor said.