Sanjeevan being moved to the Serdang Hospital from the Tuanku Jaafar Hospital in Seremban.
By Rahimy Rahim
PETALING JAYA: R. Sri Sanjeevan, the target of an attempted murder, is not in a coma and on his way to recovery at the Serdang Hospital.
“Sanjeevan is not in a comma but he is highly sedated. His health condition is good and improving,” said MyWatch chairman’s father P. Ramakrishnan, 64, when contacted on Wednesday.
“It will take some time before he can undergo the surgery to remove the bullets (from his right ribs),” he said.
Sanveejan was transferred from Tuanku Jaafar hospital to Serdang Hospital on Saturday night after his condition reportedly worsened.
It was reported that former Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan said that the shooting of Sanjeevan could have been due to allegations of police involvement in the activities of syndicated crimes and illegal activities.
Sanjeevan and a friend were driving a silver BMW to have a drink in Bahau when two men riding a red motorcycle approached them.
The pillion rider reportedly fired a shot which hit Sanjeevan on the right side of his ribs.
According to doctors treating Sanjeevan at the Tuanku Ja’afar Hospital, his condition worsened due to internal bleeding.