Mamata Banerjee suffers ‘major injury’ admitted to hospital

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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was admitted to the SSKM hospital for treatment after suffering a serious injury, according to a statement released by the Trinamool Congress on Thursday.

The All India Trinamool Congress shared photos of the West Bengal chief minister on a hospital bed with a deep cut on her forehead and blood on her face. Mamata Banerjee’s brother Kartik Banerjee told a Bengali news channel that the chief minister had a fall inside her Kalighat home after returning from an event in South Kolkata’s Ballygunge.

Meanwhile, Tamil Nadu chief minister MK Stalin expressed shock over the incident and wished her a speedy recovery.

“Shocked and deeply concerned about the road accident involving Hon’ble chief minister of West Bengal @MamataOfficial didi. My thoughts are with her during this difficult time, and I’m wishing her a speedy recovery,” Stalin said in a post on X.

According to PTI sources, TMC national general secretary and Mamata’s nephew Abhishek Banerjee got her admitted to the hospital. State BJP president Sukanta Majumdar also wished her a speedy recovery.

“Wishing chief minister Mamata Banerjee a speedy recovery. Our prayers are with her for a quick return to good health,” West Bengal BJP president Sukanta Majumdar said in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter.

In a video, the chief minister was seen being taken to the hospital’s Neurosciences Department on a wheel chair with a bandage on her forehead.

The Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal also expressed shock over the incident and wished her a speedy recovery.

“Shocked to see this. Pray for ur speedy recovery Didi. God bless u,” Arvind Kejriwal said on X (formerly Twitter).

Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar checked on the chief minister’s health, expressing concern and wishing a speedy recovery.


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