Bhanwari case: Medical Board submits report to CBI
The three-member Medical Board set up to examine the health of sacked Rajasthan minister Mahipal Maderna, a key suspect in nurse Bhanwari Devi missing case, today submitted its report to the CBI.india Updated: Nov 16, 2011 22:27 IST
The three-member Medical Board set up to examine the health of sacked Rajasthan minister Mahipal Maderna, a key suspect in nurse Bhanwari Devi missing case, on Wednesday submitted its report to the CBI.
The medical college administration here submitted the report to the CBI Wednesday evening in a sealed envelope.
"The CBI approached me today morning and requested to constitute a Medical Board and submit a detailed medical report on the health status of Maderna," said RK Aseri, principal of S N Medical College.
A three-member team of doctors was constituted under the supervision of cardiologist Sanjeev Sangavi, which prepared the report submitted to CBI, he said.
The contents of the report, however, have not been disclosed.
On the basis of this report, CBI will decide whether Maderna needs to be shifted to AIIMS as demanded by his loyalists.
Maderna was admitted to the MDM hospital here following complaints of mild chest pain and blood pressure.
First Published: Nov 16, 2011 22:23 IST