Anubrat Mandal has a minor ailment in his chest, according to reports from Kolkata. Anubrat Mandal, according to the Primary Medical Bulletin, suffers from COPD, or shortness of breath. In that instance, he may experience breathing difficulties. His treatment was already underway in this situation.
He had been taking that medicine for quite some time. Since Wednesday morning, he has been suffering from anxiousness. He is now receiving treatment at SSKM’s Woodburn Block. Doctors are monitoring his condition.
Doctors have evaluated his body’s oxygen levels, according to SSKM sources. The level of oxygen in his body has been determined to be normal. His blood pressure, on the other hand, is a little higher.
Anubrat stepped out of the black XUV on Wednesday morning and walked to the hospital. With a panjakola, he was transported to the Woodburn Ward. Anubrat Mandal sat across from the doctors on the request.
He persisted in his demand to be permitted to stay in cabin number 12:30. Keep him in ICU if that isn’t possible. It’s time to switch on the oxygen. But, if his body’s oxygen level is normal, how can the physicians give him oxygen from the outside?
That is what the physicians believe. Anubrat Mandal’s physical checkup has already been organised by a medical team. The medical team consists of an ENT and a Cardiology Physician.
The lawyer for Anubrat Mandal arrives at SSKM Hospital. “Anubrat Mandal came to see me,” he asserted Calcutta to attend.
But suddenly his body is bad. From dawn to nightfall, a variety of bodily issues arise. Anubrat Mandal was compelled to visit SSKM Hospital. His counsel, on the other hand, said that Anubrat Mandal was writing a letter to the CBI.
Anubrat Mandal could no longer claim to have avoided the CBI’s presence. Anubrat, on the other hand, was unable to visit the CBI headquarters today. The question now is what the CBI will do next.
In that event, the CBI can take the Anubrat Mandal case to the High Court. Kester will be examined by the CBI’s own medical experts. In that case, the CBI has the option of appealing to the High Court.