Senior BJD leader Prasanna Acharya discharged from hospital after 17-days

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Published By : Prameya News Bureau | April 03, 2024 IST

Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body

Bhubaneswar, April 3: Former MP Prasanna Acharya, a senior leader of the Biju Janata Dal (BJD), who had been receiving treatment at a private hospital following a road accident on National Highway 55 in Sambalpur district on March 14, was discharged from the hospital after 17 days of treatment on March 15 The collision occurred when Acharya's car collided head-on with the gas tanker on NH 55, the Sambalpur-Rairakhol road.

According to the report, Acharya suffered severe injuries after his car collided with a truck on NH 55 near Beladihi in Rairakhol. His personal security officer (PSO) was critically injured, while his driver sustained minor injuries. Prasanna sustained injuries to his head, eye, and neck as a result of the accident. The accident occurred when they were returning to Bargarh from Bhubaneswar.

Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body.

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Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body
Acharya was initially rushed to a Sambalpur-based hospital then airlifted to Bhubaneswar for higher treatment. He had received a total of 36 stitches on his body

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