Bombay High Court reserves verdict in plea by Maoist leader Narmada Akka for palliative care

Akka also known as Nirmala Uppuganti approached Court seeking transfer to a hospice for palliative care citing illness on account of terminal cancer.
Nirmala Uppuganti and Bombay High Court
Nirmala Uppuganti and Bombay High Court

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday reserved its verdict in a plea seeking direction to the Maharashtra government to transfer Maoist leader Nirmala Uppuganti aka Narmada Akka to a hospice for palliative care on account of terminal cancer.

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