After Sonia Gandhi's health deteriorated, she has been admitted to Sir Gangaram Hospital. It is being told that the former Congress President was admitted to the hospital yesterday after complaining of fever.
New Delhi: Former National President of Congress Sonia Gandhi is facing health related problems. It is reported that she has been admitted to Sir Gangaram Hospital on Thursday after she developed fever. The hospital itself has given this information. As of now, her condition remains stable and doctors are constantly examining her.
Ex-Cong president Sonia Gandhi has been admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi due to bronchitis. In a statement, the hospital said that the 76-year-old is stable.
In the bulletin issued by the hospital, Congress Parliamentary Party chief Sonia Gandhi has been admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital due to fever and her condition is stable. On March 2, Sonia Gandhi was admitted under the supervision of Dr. Arup Basu, head of the ‘Chest Medicine’ department and his team due to fever. The bulletin said, “Sonia Gandhi is under the supervision of doctors and is being examined. Her condition is stable.”
Sonia was admitted to the hospital in January as well
Sonia Gandhi was also admitted to the hospital in January. During that time she had become a victim of viral infection. He was discharged from the hospital after being treated for about a week. During that time, Rahul Gandhi, who was busy in ‘Bharat Jodo’ Yatra, had also left the Padyatra and reached Delhi.