Lucknow, September 7: The Uttar Pradesh government will bear the cost of treatment of Chandro Tomar, popularly known as 'Shooter Dadi' who has been suffering from age-related ailments, an official spokesman said.
On Friday night, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath directed authorities to take care of the ailing shooter from Baghpat district, he said. Gujarat Government to Bear Medical Expenses of Rs 50,000 for Road Accident Victims.
Uttar Pradesh Government To Bear Cost of Treatment of Chandro Tomar
Hon CM Shree @myogiadityanath has directed that @realshooterdadi of Johri who is ailing be taken care of by the district administration and he has wished for her speedy recovery. He has also announced that her medical expenses shall be bourne by the state Government. pic.twitter.com/XRw98iukcq
— CM Office, GoUP (@CMOfficeUP) September 6, 2019
The chief minister said her medical expenses will be borne by the state government, the spokesperson said.
Chandro Tomar Admitted To AIIMS
Delhi: Chandro Tomar, popular as 'Shooter Dadi Ji', was admitted at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on 3 September, after a group of monkeys attacked her. pic.twitter.com/qCIoldmwV8
— ANI (@ANI) September 7, 2019
The 86-year-old sharp shooter from Johri village in Baghpat district learnt to shoot in 1999 when she was already in her 60s and attained national fame as an accomplished shooter, having won more than 30 national championships. She is referred to as the oldest woman sharpshooter in the world.