Six persons who were injured in the Delhi High Court blast last week were discharged from Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital here on Monday. However, two are still on the ventilator and stated to be critical.

“The condition of two patients continues to be critical and they are still on the ventilator. One person whose condition was critical earlier is now off the ventilator. Six patients were discharged on Monday,'' said senior physician at RML, Dr. Sunil Saxena.

“We have discharged over 26 patients in the past five days, including six today (Monday). Surgeries have been conducted on some of the victims. Some are now coming back to the OPD for follow-up”, he added.

Besides RML Hospital, four victims are under treatment at Safdarjung Hospital, five at AII India Institute of Medical Sciences, two at Max Hospital and one each at Moolchand and JPN Hospital. Of all the injured, three have undergone amputation of the lower limbs.

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