Supreme Court judge Justice MR Shah rushed to Delhi after suffering heart attack in Himachal, says ‘I’m stable’

BJP’s Gaurav Bhatia tweeted that Justice Shah suffered the attack in Himachal Pradesh and arrangements were being made to rush him to Delhi. 

BJP's Gaurav Bhatia tweeted that Justice Shah suffered the attack in Himachal Pradesh and arrangements were being made to rush him to Delhi. 

Supreme Court judge Justice M R Shah suffered a heart attack today in Himachal Pradesh following which he was rushed to the AIIMS-Delhi via air ambulance, reported The Indian Express. In a short video message, Justice Shah said that he is alright and is on his way to Delhi. He was in the hill state for a darshan (religious visit).

“By the grace of God. I am okay. I am stable…I am reaching Delhi…Nothing to worry about…I was here for darshan and am going back with blessings for me and my family. By tomorrow or the day after, I will be okay. You can come see me,” he said in the video shared by Bar and Bench.

The top court authorities are coordinating with Home Ministry and bringing him to Delhi by an air ambulance for treatment. Chief Justice of India NV Ramana has been in touch with Justice M R Shah and the Ministry of Home Affairs about bringing him to Delhi for treatment

Supreme Court advocate and BJP national spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia tweeted that Justice Shah suffered the attack in Himachal Pradesh and arrangements were being made to rush him to Delhi. 

“Hon’ble Justice MR Shah Judge Supreme Court of India has suffered a heart attack while he was in Himachal Pradesh. Arrangements being made to rush him to Delhi. Praying to God for his speedy recovery,” he tweeted. 

A sitting Supreme Court Judge, Justice Shah has served as Chief Justice of Patna High Court and is also a former Judge of the Gujarat High Court. He is set to retire from the Supreme Court on May 15, 2023.

Justice MR Shah, on an occasion, had describe PM Modi as a ‘popular, loved, vibrant and visionary’ leader.

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