Kolkata, Dec.24: An ambulance carrying a heart victim was held by the policemen waiting for the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s convoy on an expressway to Kolkata on Wednesday morning, and was not allowed to go even when the patient’s kin pleaded with folded hands. Also Read - Bengal Polls 2021: Left-Congress-ISF Alliance Announces Seats That Parties Will contest in First 2 Phases

The West Bengal Chief Minister was scheduled to return from Digha in East Midnapore and police was not sure if she would fly back or come by road. But she eventually took a helicopter. According to reports, Meherjan Begum, the heart patient, lay gasping for breath for 20 minutes while her relative prayed she would cling on to life until they reached SSKM Hospital in Kolkata, a 20-minute drive away. The senior officers, after learning about her plight, let the ambulance to go. (ALSO READ: TMC leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay receiving threat SMSes: Mamata Banerjee) Also Read - Former India Cricketer Manoj Tiwary to Contest Assembly Election From Shibpur

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