IPS officer Vaibhav Chandrakant Nimbalkar, in a photo is seen taking slow steps towards fast improvement like a warrior, according to doctor who is currently in Mumbai’s Kokilaben Ambani Hospital.
He got a bullet injury in the recent Assam-Mizoram Border Clash and is now undergoing treatment for the injuries he received during the violent clash.
Roaring like a warrior!
Vaibhav Chandrakant Nimbalkar, the senior cop, who was wounded is recuperating back to health.
Vaibhav Chandrakant Nimbalkar, an officer of 2009 batch, is from Pune serving as the police superintendent of Cachar in Assam.
He is undergoing treatments for his injuries
He had several femur fractures and abdominal damage, and was transported to Silchar Medical College and Hospital in critical condition.
Later, he was airlifted to Mumbai where he underwent surgery at Kokilaben Ambani Hospital.
Nibalkar is back on feet, after undergoing multiple surgeries. His wife Anuja uploaded a photo of him taking baby steps towards normalcy with the support of a walker.
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The Clash of Assam-Mizoram
On the 26th of July, a violent clash occurred in the disputed area of the Assam-Mizoram border, Lailapur, in which six Assam police officers died and Vaibhav was critically injured, along with 60 other officers.
On both sides of the border, an exchange of fire and stone-pelting erupted, inflaming the situation of a long-running border conflict.