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Condition of Biswas improves marginally

Written by: Staff

Kolkata, Mar 20 (UNI) The condition of CPI(M) State Committee Secretary Anil Biswas today continued to be serious even though it showed a marginal improvement.

A medical bulletin, issued by the nursing home where Mr Biswas was undergoing treatment, said his overall condition remained ''unchanged but stable''.

It, however, said a repeat CT scan of his brain conducted by the medical board had showed ''marginal improvement''.

Mr Biswas, also a Polit Bureau member, underwent a second surgery on his brain last evening for removal of the clot following a massive haemorrhage that he suffered on March 18.

Put on ventillatory support, he had been battling for life in the ICCU of the nursing home with an eight-member board of doctors constantly monitoring his condition.

Veteran CPI(M) leader Jyoti Basu, Polit Bureau member Brinda Karat and CITU All India President M K Pandhe were among others, who visited Mr Biswas today.

Meanwhile, describing the condition of Mr Biswas as serious, CPI(M) General Secretary Prakash Karat said the attending doctors were working hard for his recovery.

Mr Karat, who visited the nursing home last evening, had talks with the doctors about the health of Mr Biswas.

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