Manmohan Singh admitted to AIIMS after complaining of weakness after Fever
The former prime minister had a fever Monday and had recovered from it but turned weak and is currently on fluids. Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is 89 years old and unable to take care of him. But his family is always there. He was not just a prime minister he became prime minister because he is great economist and when the whole world bended in front of inflation India was stood up as usual because of manmohan singh good strategy.
Manmohan Singh admitted to AIIMS after complain of weakness due to fever. But the sources reveals that manmohan singh is admitted to cardio department.
Dr Naik, a professor of cardiology at AIIMS, has been a personal physician to Singh for years and was part of the panel that looked after Singh when he was prime minister under the Congress-led UPA regime from 2004 to 2014.
AIIMS sources confirmed Singh’s admission.
Sources in Singh’s office said the former PM had contracted fever day before yesterday and was unable to eat properly affecting his energy levels.
“Dr Singh would be administered fluids for energy and he did not have fever today,” a source in Singh’s office said, adding Singh was stable.
The Congress, meanwhile, officially reacted to some social media reports of concern over Singh’s health saying the senior leader was doing fine.
AICC media secretary Pranav Jha took to Twitter to dismiss speculation about Singh’s health.
“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,” said Jha.
This is Singh’s third admission to AIIMS this year. He was first admitted in April after testing positive for Covid 19 and later again in May after complaining of uneasiness in the chest.
Earlier in 2009, Singh had undergone a coronary artery bypass surgery under a team of surgeons led by cardio-thoracic surgeon Ramakant Panda at AIIMS. Singh is a senior leader of the opposition Congress and currently represents Rajasthan in the Upper House of Parliament.