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Odisha government has urged the authorities of AIIMS, New Delhi to allow the Kandhamal conjoined twins, who were separated in a marathon operation in the hospital, to stay there till their complete recovery, state Health Minister Pratap Jena today said.
The parents of the twins had urged the state government to request for continuing the treatment of the twins in the Delhi hospital till they recover completely.
Jaga is quite fine but Kalia is still being fed with the help of tubes. He is vomiting after being fed. How can we admit the child to SCB Hospital in Cuttack in this condition ?" asked Bhuyan Kanhar, the father of the twins.
The parents also said that the two should be allowed treatment at AIIMS, Bhubaneswar instead of at SCB Medical College and Hopsital in Cuttack after their discharge from AIIMS, New Delhi.
The conjoined twins, who hail from Milipada village in tribal Kandhamal district, were admitted in AIIMS, New Delhi on July 13 last year.
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