Manmohan Singh under observation, conditions stable says doctor

Manmohan Singh

New Delhi : Manmohan Singh’s condition is now stable. He is admitted at Delhi’s AIIMS hospital’s Cardio Department. Congress leader Pranav Jha, however, said in a tweet that Singh’s condition was stable and the leader was undergoing ‘routine treatment’. Later on Wednesday Singh, 89, was admitted to the hospital in Delhi for evaluation of fever.

“There are some unsubstantiated rumours with regards to former PM, Dr Manmohan Singh ji’s health. His condition is stable. He is undergoing routine treatment. We will share any updates as needed. We thank our friends in media for their concern,” Jha said on Twitter.

The Congress leaders had been complaining of fever since Tuesday.

“The eighty-nine year Congress leader was admitted to AIIMS, Delhi for evaluation of fever; his condition is stable,” news agency ANI quoted the doctors a saying.

The former Prime Minister is under the observation of doctors.

“I wish a speedy recovery to former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh Ji. May God grant him good health,” Union minister Hardeep Puri tweeted.

The Congress party also expressed their concerns over Manmohan’s health. The official handle of the Congress tweeted, “The nation collectively prays for the speedy recovery & good health of our dear former Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh.

Earlier in the month of April Singh was admitted at AIIMS for testing COVID positive. The two-time Prime Minister marked his birthday on September 26. Last year too, the widely renowned economist had received treatment at AIIMS after complaining of uneasiness.

The former PM had underwent a successful coronary bypass surgery at AIIMS in 2009. He was operated on for a redo cardiac bypass operation by a team of doctors lead by Ramakanta Panda, a famous Mumbai-based cardiovascular thoracic surgeon and Vice-Chairman of Asian Heart Institute (AHI). Singh had five bypasses performed on him after undergoing a bypass operation in 1990 and a stenting treatment in 2004, according to reports.

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