Ambulance Carrying Lawyer Of Unnao Rape Survivor Leaves From Lucknow Hospital, To Be Airlifted To Delhi
The rape survivor and the lawyer were seriously injured and had been undergoing treatment at the King George's Medical University in Lucknow
The Unnao rape survivor was airlifted in an air ambulance late on Monday and admitted to AIIMS. The lawyer however left the King George Medical University Hospital on Tuesday morning. Singh is said to be critical and in deep coma though he has been taken off the ventilator.
The lawyer and the rape survivor were critically injured in a road accident in Rae Bareli on July 28 when a truck crashed into their car. The rape survivor's two aunts were killed in the accident.
The rape survivor and the lawyer were seriously injured and had been undergoing treatment at the King George's Medical University in Lucknow.
The CBI has been asked to investigate the conspiracy behind the accident and it is on the Supreme Court's orders that the rape survivor and the lawyer were being shifted to Delhi for advanced treatment.
Lucknow: The ambulance, carrying lawyer of Unnao rape survivor, leaves from King George Medical University Hospital. He is being shifted to AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) Delhi. He and the rape survivor were injured in an accident in Raebareli. pic.twitter.com/OB5L55HvXF
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All cases related to the Unnao rape that involves expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar have been transferred to Delhi.
Sengar too has been transferred to Tihar Jail in the national capital.
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