Gurdev Badal has serious paralytic stroke
Ludhiana: Senior Akali leader and former
Punjab Agriculture Minister Gurdev Singh Badal was admitted in
the Dayanand Hero Heart Centre on Saturday after suffering a
paralytic stroke and his condition is stated to be stable.
Dr Gurprit Singh Wander, Director of the Centre, said
Gurdev Singh Badal was admitted here after he suffered a
serious paralytic stroke.
Badal, 70, had contested the recent Assembly election
from Jaiton constituency on an Akali Dal ticket.
Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal visited the
hospital late this evening to enquire about the Akali stalwart
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