Jailed AAP leader Satyendar Jain had slipped and fallen in the bathroom of Tihar Jail on Wednesday night.
AAP leader Satyendar Jain, lodged in Delhi’s Tihar Jail in a money laundering case, has got interim bail, although he will not be able to leave Delhi. The Supreme Court has granted interim bail of 6 weeks to AAP leader Satyendar Jain with conditions on medical grounds. He cannot go out of Delhi without permission and cannot give any statement to the media.
Along with this, the Supreme Court has allowed Satyendar Jain to undergo treatment in the hospital of his choice and has asked him to present the medical records.
Satyendra Jain was admitted in ICU
Earlier on Thursday, former Delhi minister Satyendar Jain was admitted to the ICU of Lok Nayak Hospital after he slipped in the jail bathroom and suffered injuries on Thursday morning. According to jail officials, Jain collapsed at around 6 am in the bathroom of the MI room of the hospital at Central Jail No. 7. Due to weakness, he was initially kept under observation and doctors there examined him.
Satyendar Jain has a blood clot in his head
Jail officials had said that Jain was normal after the fall but was taken to Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital after he complained of pain in his back, left leg and shoulder. Later he complained of shortness of breath, following which Satyendar Jain was shifted to the state-run LNJP hospital.
A doctor at the hospital had told that AAP leader is on oxygen support. A senior doctor said that a blood clot had formed in Jain’s head due to the fall. “The investigation is on and he is under observation. His CT scan has also been done. A team of neurology experts and doctors are examining him.”
AAP leader is suffering from depression
Doctors said that Satyendar Jain had a slipped disc problem sometime back and the condition worsened after he had a fall in the bathroom. On Monday, he was taken to Safdarjung Hospital for a check-up for a spinal problem. A doctor said, “A decision on any surgery will be taken only after the reports come. He is suffering from depression and is on pills for it.” Describing the condition of the former Delhi health minister as critical, medical experts said he looked dehydrated, ill and weak.