Union minister Bhagwat Karad gives medical aid to passenger who felt uneasy aboard IndiGo flight

A release from the office of the Union minister of state for finance said the passenger complained of giddiness mid-air due to a blood pressure issue and the former reached out and provided first aid

Press Trust of India November 16, 2021 18:46:10 IST
Union minister Bhagwat Karad gives medical aid to passenger who felt uneasy aboard IndiGo flight

Union Minister Bhagwat Karad, a pediatrician by qualification, on Tuesday helped a co-passenger who was feeling uneasy on a Delhi-Mumbai IndiGo flight. News18

Aurangabad: Union Minister Bhagwat Karad, a pediatrician by qualification, on Tuesday helped a co-passenger who was feeling uneasy on a Delhi-Mumbai IndiGo flight.

A release from the office of the Union minister of state for finance said the passenger complained of giddiness mid-air due to a blood pressure issue and the former reached out and provided first aid.

Dr Karad helped stabilize the passenger after he fell down, it added.

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