leopard victim ‘monk’ is recovering gradually, don’t go by rumour’, urged sunanda bhante
By Laxman Sharma:
BORDUMSA March 3 : Rubbishing all rumours afloating centering the demise of Ven Uttrananda Bhante of Jyotipur in Diyun in Changlang District the victim of leopard attack on 28th last at Namsai market complex , Sunanda Bhante a Bhuddhist religious leader of Namsai said that Ven Uttrananda Bhante of Jyotipur in Diyun who was critically injured was recovering gradually at a private nursing home.
Ven. Sunanda who personally visited the hospital with a group of monks and well wishers recently with all possible aids expressed shock at the rumours that the patient succumbed to his injuries. Repudiating the false propaganda, Ven. Sunanda urged the people not to go by baseless and false statement and social media updates to this effect quoting about the death of the said monk terming ‘ how can a progressing patient be termed ‘no more’ by rumour mongers while he has been termed stable with regular and normal intake of food and medicine at hospital!
Urging the rumour mongers or people without adequate health status of the patient a Bhuddhist monk at Diyun Mahaboddi also expecting the injured monk to return to his normalcy with the grace of Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha beside urged the common people too to pray for his well being. While ven. Sunanda said ‘we all the members of Arunachal Pradesh Bhikkhu Sangha keep praying for his early recovery’.
It may be recalled here that Sensation was created in Namsai Town in Arunachal Pradesh on 28 th last when an adult leopard came out in the town and four people including the monk were injured after coming into contact with the big cat on the loose that wandered into the premises of the Cooperative Department’s building.