Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today aided four women who were injured in a road accident by getting them rushed them to a hospital in one of his convoy vehicles. Rupani, who was returning to Gandhinagar from here, stopped his convoy this afternoon after seeing that an auto-rickshaw had turned turtle near Koba circle, an official release said. After stopping his convoy, the chief minister rushed towards the auto and helped the four injured women to come out from the vehicle.
He then allotted one of his convoy cars for the injured and directed his security officer to take them to the Gandhinagar civil hospital and make all the necessary arrangements for their treatment, the release added. Rupani was returning to Gandhinagar after inaugurating the new building of Indian Red Cross Society’s Gujarat branch here. He also inaugurated Centre for Thalassaemia-Sickle Cell Prevention Control Research and Training Centre, said the release.