Union Minister Shripad Naik's condition improves, doctors said, ventilator can be removed


The situation of Union Minister Shripad Naik, who was a victim of a fatal accident, is improving. The AIIMS team from Delhi to Goa has said that all their reports are normal and they can be removed from the ventilator.

A team of Delhi AIIMS went to Goa Medical College Hospital (GMCH) to take stock of the health of the Union Minister. The Union Minister is being treated in this hospital. AIIMS team reached there late Tuesday evening.

Talking to the media, the team of AIIMS doctors said that Shripad Naik is breathing properly, his blood pressure is fine. After seeing the condition of Shripad Naik, the team of doctors of AIIMS consulted the doctors of GMCH and discussed the treatment.

The AIIMS team has said that they can now be removed from the ventilator. Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant was also present during this period.