No fracture in Johar’s leg, say docs
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The Ludhiana assault case took another turn on Friday as doctors at the civil hospital here declared that the main accused in the case, expelled Youth Akali Dal leader Sunny Johar alias Parminder Singh, had no fracture in his leg.
Johar was admitted to the hospital late on Thursday night after he complained of pain in his leg and the SAS Nagar Police had brought him to Ludhiana with a plaster on his leg. "We gave the patient painkillers after he complained of pain but there is no fracture in his leg," said Daljit Singh, a doctor at the civil hospital. Doctors, however, added that Johar may possibly have to undergo surgery to remove stones in his gall bladder.
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