By TC News Desk
Agartala: September 16. Doctors saved a critically ill teenager from death by performing a complex surgery on her stomach at GBP Hospital. The girl was rescued from the Radhanagar motor stand area in a critical condition by the members of two NGOs and admitted to the Agartala GB Hospital. The girl was suffering from physical weakness and abdominal pain.
On August 21, 2022, the girl was treated by the doctors of Agartala Government Medical College (AGMC) and GBP Hospital. A report of ancillary tests at the hospital revealed a tumor in the girl’s abdomen. On September 7, a team of doctors led by Obstetrician and Gynecologist Dr. JL Baidya of Agartala Government Medical College (AGMC) and GBP Hospital successfully operated. Dr. Tapan Debbarma and Dr. Ranjit Reang, two anesthesiologists, were given the responsibility of anesthesia for the purpose of surgery. But the patient refused to undergo anesthesia. After the operation, she was kept in the anesthesia ICU for five days. Currently the girl is healthy and normal.
It is noted that this girl, a resident of Bairagi Para under Chanchubazar under Sidhai Mohanpur subdivision, her mother died when she was six years old. The girl’s father then remarried and is currently in jail for a long time. The girl was then left without a guardian. The girl then lived with her grandfather. While studying in the seventh standard of the school, she gradually became addicted to various types of intoxicants including smoking, marijuana, dendrites, tablets, injecting drugs.
The girl was employed as a housekeeper in a house in 2016-2017. But the girl was still unable to give up drugs and she then got involved in various immoral activities to buy drugs.
Thus, the girl quit her job as a housekeeper to fulfill her drug needs and started begging on the streets. After that the girl fell very sick and physically weak and fell on the road side in the Radhanagar motor stand area. Then the members of the two organizations took him to Agartala Government Medical College (AGMC) and GBP Hospital from there. The girl is now out of danger as a result of receiving timely treatment from doctors and she is slowly progressing towards a normal life.