Manipur Governor La Ganesan on Thursday visited the students and teachers who were injured by the bus accident at Longsai Part-III (Tubung) along the Old Cachar Road in Noney district and enquired about their health conditions.
After the fatal accident, they have been admitted and undergoing treatment in Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) and Raj Medicity, a release stated.
Ganesan visited Raj Medicity and met all the injured students and teachers one by one and enquired about their health, it stated.
According to Raj Medicity, of the total 32 injured who were admitted in the hospital, two expired on Wednesday, six are in ICU and eight in the medicine ward.
He also visited RIMS, where he met all the injured students and inquired about their health, it stated. Hospital sources said, of the total seven casualties admitted on Wednesday, one is in ICU, three at Ortho ward and three other in surgical ward and all of them are stable.
He met with the family members of the students and consoled them for their pain and sorrow. He expressed solidarity and prayed for speedy recovery. He acknowledged the doctors and hospital administration for their hard work and dedication, it mentioned.
It stated that Board of Secondary Education Manipur (BOSEM), chairman, A Joykumar Singh, secy Dr S Mangijao and Controller of Examination L Mangi also extended financial assistance to the injured students admitted to RIMS Hospital, Raj Medicity and Kripdashini Advance Hospital.
The team handed over Rs 50,000 to the RIMS authority for the treatment of the students in the hospital. They also handed Rs 2,000 each to the 30 students at Raj Medicity and Rs 5,000 for the students admitted to Kripdashini Advance Hospital, the release added.