Karnataka government spreading false info: Madhani

Published: 03rd January 2013 10:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd January 2013 10:37 AM   |  A+A-

In a letter sent to his party members, PDP leader Abdul Nasser Madhani, who is lodged presently in a Bangalore prison, has said that the jail authorities and Karnataka Government were misleading the Kerala Government and the people by spreading false information about him.

Madhani alleged that he was not given any treatment although his health condition has been deteriorating. Madhani attached the copy of his medical report and a letter from the hospital where he was admitted seven months ago, along with his letter to the party members.

The letter, issued by the International Holistic Centre, states that after Madhani was discharged from the hospital on July 5, 2011, they were continuously writing letters to the prison authorities to bring Madhani for medical review every month.

“For the last four months, there has been no response from the authorities, and that is why we are directly writing to you. There has been no review done, and it is very important for you to undergo further treatment, or else your condition will deteriorate further,” the letter said. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy will meet Jagadish Shettar, the Karnataka chief minister, in Bangalore, on Thursday, with the request to provide adequate medical attention to Madhani.


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