The injured deputy superintendent of police of Ratnagiri Sanjeev More, 55, who was airlifted to Bombay Hospital at Marine Lines after he was hurt in the violence that erupted against the Jaitapur nuclear power project earlier this week, is responding well to treatment, said doctors on Friday.
More suffered a head injury and was admitted in the intensive care unit of the hospital late on Wednesday. “He is still in the intensive care unit, but is out of danger now and is doing fine,” said Dr Sagar Sakle, chief medical officer.
A mob in Jaitapur, protesting against the nuclear plant project, on April 19 had attacked Nate police station, during which More was injured.
“More was not operated on. He is at present getting medical treatment,” said Sakle.
More, who was transferred to Ratnagiri a month ago was before posted in Kolhapur.