Sonia Gandhi shifted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital; her condition is stable now
Congress president Sonia Gandhi was on Wednesday shifted to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here, a day after she cut short her Varanasi roadshow and arrived back to the national capital.
New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi was on Wednesday shifted to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here, a day after she cut short her Varanasi roadshow and arrived back to the national capital.
As per doctors, the Congress president is likely to undergo further tests for her fever and high blood pressure.
"Sonia ji was brought to our hospital around 1.45 pm. Senior doctors are attending to her," a senior doctor told IANS.
Sir Ganga Ram Hospital chairman Dr DS Rana said the Congress president was admitted under the care of Dr Arup Basu and his team from Department of Pulmonology.
Giving details about her present health condition, Dr Rana said, "She is dehydrated, but is presently stable. Further investigation is being conducted and she has been advised rest."
Meanwhile, Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala told news agency ANI that her condition was stable.
Earlier, Gandhi, who took ill in Varanasi on Tuesday, was admitted to the Army Research and Referral Hospital.
According to doctors, she suffered from dehydration, fever and high blood pressure.
The Ganga Ram Hospital doctor, who did not wish to be named, also said that a medical board was being set up to study Gandhi's overall health.
She has previously been treated for several health complications including chest infection at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.
(With IANS inputs)