1. Sandhya Pradhan was airlifted from Siliguri to BLK Max Hospital, New Delhi, under Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang’s direction.
2. Pradhan, 22, from Poklok Kamrang, receiving treatment for Necrotizing Pancreatitis at Anandalok Hospital.
3. Chief Minister’s intervention facilitated critical medical assistance for Pradhan’s condition.

Gangtok, May 04: Under the direction of Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang, Sandhya Pradhan, a resident of Poklok Kamrang, was airlifted to BLK Max Super Speciality Hospital in New Delhi from Siliguri.

Pradhan, a 22-year-old, was under treatment at Anandalok Hospital for Necrotizing Pancreatitis.

Her family expressed profound gratitude to the Chief Minister for the invaluable assistance provided during this critical time.

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In a display of solidarity and compassion, students from Sikkim University took to the streets on April 30, not for leisure, but to support their fellow student, Rohan Giri, who is facing dire circumstances.

Giri, a student of the Sikkim University’s law department, suffered a major brain stroke on April 22.

In response to Giri’s plight, his peers have united, engaging in busking activities at MG Marg to raise funds for his critical medical treatment.

Anukul Limboo, President of Sikkim University Students’ Association (SUSA), spearheading the initiative, highlighted the altruistic motive behind their endeavors.

He stated, “Today, we’re not singing for amusement. We’re singing to save a life, to aid our friend Rohan Giri in his battle against this unforeseen adversity.”