Traces of Marijuana found in blood samples of medical student
New Delhi: Blood and urine samples of the first year medical student who was found in a semi-comatose state at the AIIMS auditorium and is battling for life, has revealed traces of Cannabis, also known as Marijuana.
Deepak Brajesh`s condition, hospital sources say is still critical and he is on ventilator. He would turn 19 on Sunday.
His Uncle Vijay Dhaiya, who has rushed with his father to Delhi from Jaipur said, "Doctors are still not confirming anything. They have not yet told us about his blood reports. They have asked us to pray to the Almighty for his life. It is birthday tomorrow."
18-year-old Deepak Brajesh, pursuing MBBS from Jaipur`s Sawai Man Singh medical college, was found in a semi-comatose state at the AIIMS auditorium on September 18.
He had come to participate in a play at the AIIMS` annual festival along with his college friends on September 16.
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