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Assam Veteran actor Jayanta Das hospitalized; State government to provide financial support

Assam Cultural Minister Bimal Bora declared the state government's commitment to provide comprehensive support, including financial aid, for the actor's treatment.

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On Sunday, Jayanta Das, the actor from the Assamese sitcom ‘Bharaghar,’ was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Apollo Hospital in Guwahati.

Two days after hospitalization, Assam Cultural Minister Bimal Bora declared the state government’s commitment to provide comprehensive support, including financial aid, for his treatment.

Borah stated that the state government would implement all required actions to guarantee appropriate medical care for Jayanta Das, renowned for the Assamese sitcom Bharaghar. Following his illness on Saturday night, Jayanta Das was hospitalized at Apollo Hospital and is currently under life support.

An official from the hospital informed the media that Jayanta is dealing with various illnesses, and specialist doctors from diverse departments are overseeing his care. 

In the meantime, his family has taken to social media to appeal for blood donors. His daughter posted on Facebook, “Urgently need blood, any blood is acceptable. We will exchange it with the blood bank. But it’s very crucial and very important now. Please anyone who can do this, come forward and donate”.

Jayanta Das gained fame for portraying Hemanta Kakoti in the popular Assamese sitcom ‘Bharaghar’, leaving a lasting impression. Additionally, he featured in Assamese films such as Nayak, Moina Sorai Moina Maat, Kadambari, Mon, and Kanyadaan.

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