Jamshedpur, March 18: Tuna Sabar, a primitive tribal group member who was admitted to the Sadar Hospital in a dying condition, was successfully treated and discharged from the hospital on Saturday.
It is noteworthy that Deputy Commissioner Vijaya Jadhav had taken immediate notice of Tuna Sabar, a resident of Dampabeda of Dumariya block, who was suffering from a skin disease. After more than a month of treatment, Tuna was discharged with a happy face.
During time of admission, Tuna Sabar Hemoglobin was very low and was only breathing and not able to move.
Civil surgeon Dr. Jujhar Majhi says that Tuna’s condition was such that no one had the confidence to recover so soon, although the team of doctors treating them had assured from day one that it may be delayed but Tuna will be sent home in perfect condition.
After admitting Tuna to Sadar Hospital, deputy commissioner personally monitored his health.