Rat 'breaches' security, bites Nitish
Kumar, whose finger was bleeding after the rat bite, was immediately given the first aid. "Anti tetanus and antibiotics were given to the CM as is done in rat-bite cases after cleaning the wound," said Sitamarhi civil surgeon Vijay Kumar, who treated the CM, adding that since a rat-bite could cause infection, a patient had to be observed for seven days with regular doses of antibiotics.
Although Kumar did not comment on the freak incident, he reportedly made his displeasure clear with the district administration while leaving - with a bandaged finger - for his next destination of Biswas yatra at Muzaffarpur.
The Circuit House staff later got a dressing-down for "poor upkeep" of the place where most VIPs stay. During the ongoing yatra, started on April 28 to cover all 38 districts, the CM has been spending the night at Circuit Houses.
Source: Indian Express
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Date 06-12-13, Duration 2:11, Views 649