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Archer Gohela flies to Delhi for treatment

National archer Gohela Boro has been sent to Delhi on Saturday for better treatment. She was suffering from serious diseases since 4-5 months back. Many well-wishers, organizations have extended financial assistance to her.

Boro, a national gold medalist in Kerala National Games in 2015 in Archery has been suffering from SLE & ANCA diseases since few 4-5 months. She was first admitted to Gauhati Medical College in November last, but due to financial crisis, she was returned home on January 13 last. Since then she was bed ridden at her home till three days back.

Because of media reports about her ailment and financial hardships last week, many people came out for to help her. She would be admitted to Apollo hospital in Delhi.

Many well wishers rushed to the RNB civil hospital Kokrajhar before she left for Delhi this morning. She was accompanied by her sister, doctor along with three other members to Delhi.

Dane Boro, younger sister of Gohela thanked and expressed her gratitude to all those who made Goherla's treatment possible in Delhi. 

Promod Boro, ABSU president wishes early recovery of national archer Gohela Boro. 

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