Defeating death with his valour, CRPF Commandant Chetan Cheeta, who was injured during militant attack in Bandipora of Jammu and Kashmir, to be discharged on Wednesday from AIIMS.
The doctors said that Cheeta’s will power has helped him in recovering from injuries and now he is fit to go home. The doctors said he need rehabilitation.
The CRPF commandant had survived nine bullets during the encounter with militants.
While appearing before media, Chetan Cheeta said that he is rocking. Cheeta’s wife Uma Singh said that the former is progressing.
CRPF officer Chetan Cheeta who was injured during encounter in Bandipora(J&K) to be discharged today from AIIMS, Delhi. pic.twitter.com/BPL15xbTj9— ANI (@ANI_news) April 5, 2017
Earlier, the Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju met CRPF officer Chetan Cheeta.
After meeting the CRPF officer, Rijiju said that the former is doing fine and it is a miracle as the officer has recovered from coma.
CRPF's Chetan Cheeta is fit to go home, requires rehabilitation. His strong will power helped him fight back and recover: AIIMS pic.twitter.com/tg1fFY3xHg— ANI (@ANI_news) April 5, 2017
The minister recalled the day when Cheeta was brought to Delhi from Srinagar. The minister said it was diffcult to imagine whether the injured officer will talk to him.
As per reports published in TOI, Cheeta had received serious injuries in head and later slipped into coma but now he has recovered from the critical phase and started giving proper response.
A doctor informed that Cheeta’s GCS (A test to map the seriousness of injury) score was M3 but now he has responded well and the score is M6. He said Cheeta is stable.