The person was rescued from beneath a metro pillar on EM Bypass reverse Duttabad.
KOLKATA: A 43-year-old resident of Madhyamgram within the North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, who didn’t return residence after testing Covid constructive final Tuesday fearing that his members of the family will get contaminated, was rescued from beneath a metro pillar on EM Bypass reverse Duttabad in Kolkata after three days on Friday.
The individual’s members of the family had contacted Bidhannagar MLA and fireplace providers minister Sujit Bose on Friday, saying that the person is perhaps someplace close to Bengal Chemical Extra off EM Bypass.
“The individual’s members of the family contacted me. I instantly requested Bidhannagar ward 38 councillor Nirmal Dutta to look into the matter in order that the individual could possibly be traced out,” Bose mentioned.
Councillor Nirmal Dutta then together with the police and the members of the family who had come then went on a search close to the place as talked about as they discovered the person to be roaming beside a metro pillar off Duttabad. An ambulance was known as in as the person was despatched to a quarantine centre in Rajarhat.
“As per the members of the family, the person works as a parking agent in Salt Lake. They mentioned that the person underwent a speedy antigen take a look at at Bidhannagar sub-divisional hospital on September eight and examined constructive after which he didn’t return residence, fearing that his members of the family will get contaminated. He reportedly stayed again in Salt Lake and went lacking for the final three days,” Dutta mentioned.