Will consider if Paresh Baruah wants to see ailing mother: Assam CM

Guwahati, Sep 16 (IANS) Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday said his government will consider on humanitarian grounds if Paresh Baruah, the chief of ULFA’s anti-talk faction, desires to see his ailing mother Miliki Baruah.

Gogoi, who extended a financial assistance of Rs.1 lakh for Miliki Baruah’s treatment, wished her a quick recovery.

Miliki Baruah, 88, was admitted to a private nursing home in Dibrugarh on Tuesday after she complained of palpitation and breathing trouble.

The doctors at the hospital said she was suffering from acute joint pain, low blood pressure and chronic cough.

“We have admitted her into the intensive care unit and put her on ventilator as her blood oxygen levels were low. She is being treated by a cardiologist and a general medicine doctor,” said a hospital official.

Miliki Baruah lives with one of her sons at her home at Chabua in Dibrugarh.

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