Hathras Case: PhD Student Needs Surgery, AIIMS-Delhi Doctors Say | Agra News

Agra: Doctoral student Atiq-ur-Rahman, 26, who was taken to AIIMS-Delhi for a medical examination on Friday, was advised to have surgery by doctors after several diagnostic tests were performed on him in the emergency room. However, he was released late at night and returned to Mathura prison.
Rahman was taken to AIIMS two weeks after a special court in Lucknow asked Mathura District Prison to provide “proper treatment”.
A doctoral student at Chaudhary Charan Singh University in Meerut, Rahman was arrested last year along with Kerala journalist Siddique Kappan and two others while traveling to Hathras district in Uttar Pradesh to meet with the family. of the rape victim. They were charged with sedition and subject to the Illegal Activities (Prevention) Act. Later, the execution department began to investigate the money laundering charges against them.
Rahman’s father-in-law Sakhawat Khan, who was also at AIIMS, told TOI doctors advised surgery as his condition is “critical” and estimated at Rs 2 lakh with 10 units of blood was given by them. .
Doctors asked her to go to the hospital after a week.
Confirming this, Prison Superintendent (Mathura) Brijesh Kumar, said he received the estimate and doctors requested follow-up after one week. “We will send the estimated request to the government for approval and follow up with AIIMS,” he added.
Rahman was taken to the Special Tribunal for the Prevention of Money Laundering Act for a hearing on September 22 when he fell ill. He was sent to a community health center, from where he was transferred to Agra District Hospital and then to SN Medical College.
Doctors there referred him to a higher center – Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGI) in Lucknow or AIIMS in Delhi. But the authorities took him back to prison.
Later, the prison authorities approved his examination at AIIMS.

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