Former Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Ajit Jogi passed away. He was undergoing treatment at the hospital in Raipur for 21 days. According to the information received, he also underwent a cardiac arrest on Friday, after which his condition became more serious. Ajit Jogi breathed his last at Narayan Hospital in the capital Raipur on Friday.
He has been undergoing treatment at Narayana Hospital in Jogi capital Raipur for the last 21 days. Jogi was in a coma since then. The team of experts, led by Dr. Sunil Khemka and Dr. Pankaj Omar, the director of the hospital, was continuously monitoring his health for 24 hours.
Dr. Khemka said that in the meantime he was given a special injection, which has so far been used in Chhattisgarh. Jogi’s condition has shown a slight improvement since the injection. Now his health remains stable.
Cardiologist Dr. Pankaj Omar and neurologist Dr. Chhatrapal Sahu discussed the medical condition of Jogi through Dr. Sonal Rajeev Jogi, a member of the Jogi family, Bhopal’s senior neurologist Dr. Surya Pratap Singh Tomar. During this, Dr. Tomar said that till now Jogi has been treated with the highest method. All therapeutic options have been used to improve their condition.