The physical condition of former West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee has improved slightly. But his condition still remains “critical”, reports Anandabazar.
The 11-member medical team has been formed to treat him at Woodlands Hospital in South Kolkata where he is undergoing treatment.
The 76-year-old politician has been suffering from COPD problems for a long time. He was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday after he developed respiratory problems.
The CPI (M) leader’s oxygen saturation level is around 90-95 percent. He has regained consciousness, according to doctors.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee visited the hospital after receiving a report of a deterioration in his health. She said the government is on the side of Buddhadeb’s family. She also spoke to Buddha’s wife and daughter.