Ranga donates Tk 50,000 for treatment of injured Gopal
23 February 2016, Nirapad News: State Minister for Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives Moshiur Rahman Ranga has donated Taka 50,000 to injured devotee Gopal Chandra Roy of Debiganj in
Panchagarh for his treatment.
The State Minister donated the money from his own fund to devotee Gopal Chandra Roy, 35, while visiting him at the Orthopedics Ward of Rangpur Medical College Hospital (RMCH) in the city today.
Gopal was seriously injured when a group of three terrorists opened gun fire at him after slaughtering Principal of ‘Shree Shree Santo Gauriyo Moth’ Priest Jogeswar Roy, 50, to death at Debiganj upazila town in Panchagarh on Sunday morning.
Ranga enquired about health condition and progress of treatment of devotee Gopal and talked to him and concerned expert physicians during his visit to the hospital.
He also talked to Deputy Commissioner and Police Super of Panchagarh and Officer-in-Charge of Debiganj Thana over mobile phone and directed them for immediate arrest of the criminals involved with killing of the innocent Priest and injuring Gopal.
Deputy Commissioner of Rangpur Rahat Anwar, Director of RMCH Dr ASM Barkat Ullah, Principal of Rangpur Medical College (RMC) Professor Dr Zakir Hossain, Additional Police Super Abdullah Al Faruk, Sadar
Upazila Nirbahi Officer Ziaur Rahman, accompanied the State Minister during the visit, among others.
Meanwhile, the RMCH authority had formed a four-member Medical Team headed by Principal of RMC Professor Dr Zakir Hossain for providing injured Gopal with the best treatments in the hospital.
The other members of the team were Professor Dr Syed Abu Taleb, Associate Professor Dr Toaffael Ahmed and Associate Professor Dr Shafikul Islam.
“After examining health condition of Gopal, we have referred him to National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases & Hospital at Dhaka for improved treatments,” head of the four-member Medical Team Professor Dr Zakir Hossain told BSS tonight.
Gopal left the RMCH this afternoon for National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases & Hospital at Dhaka, hospital sources said.