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Dr. Abin Suri to be brought to Delhi Tuesday: CM

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Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said Dr. Abin Suri, who was rescued with serious injuries in quake-hit Nepal, will be brought to New Delhi Tuesday.

“Dr. Abin Suri will be brought to Delhi today. I’ve talked with him. He is receiving good treatment in Kathmandu,” the Chief Minister said.

Dr Abin Suri from Vadakara, who had a miraculous escape after rescuers pulled him out of the debris of the hotel, is now undergoing treatment at a hospital in Kathmandu.

Two other doctors, Deepak Thomas from Kelakam in Kannur and Irshad from Kasaragod, have been traced by the Red Cross society.

“We have received the information that they are traced by the Red Cross society. More details about them are not available. We are trying to be in touch with them,” State Minister for NORKA K C Joseph today said.

The minister yesterday had told reporters that at least 250 Keralites were said to be stranded in quake-hit Nepal and efforts were on to bring them back safely.

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