National Politics

“To stay away from public due to illness is painful”: Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar

In an emotional post on X, the Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Wednesday said he has been advised to take rest for few more days for recovery from dengue and added that he won’t be able to personally meet during the Diwali festival.
“For the past few days I have been ill with dengue and am undergoing treatment and forced rest as advised by the doctor. Although weakness and fatigue are felt due to the disease, the health is gradually improving. Full recovery may take a few more days. Doctors have advised not to go to crowded places and to use masks. Being forced to stay away from everyone because of illness is painful,” said Ajit Pawar.
“Every year on Diwali I meet all of us. On the occasion of Diwali Padwa Snehamilana, meetings and greetings are exchanged. This year we will not be able to meet for the next few days as per the doctor’s advice. But my best wishes are always with you,”he said.
“Happy Diwali to all of us, our families, relatives and friends. May this Diwali bring the light of happiness, wealth and good health in all of our lives,” Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said.
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