New Delhi: The separated conjoined twins Jaga and Kalia undergoing treatment at AIIMS in New Delhi are likely to return to Odisha soon. The parents of the children are now interested in returning to their village.
The father of the separated conjoined twins, Bhuyan Kahanr requested the Odisha government to make all the arrangements for their return to Odisha. He requested that the children be given treatment at the government hospital in Odisha.
“We have not gone to our village since the last 16 months. Kalia’s health is stable now. I am requesting the Health Minister and the Chief Minister to make all the arrangement in a government hospital in Odisha,” said Bhuyan.
The twins from Milipada village in Kandhamal district were joined at the head. They were successfully separated after an 11-hour marathon surgery by a team of 30 specialists from neurosurgeon, neuro-anaesthesia and plastic surgery departments on October 25 last year at AIIMS, New Delhi.