Mufti Mohammad Sayeed is on oxygen therapy, being monitored by AIIMS experts
The condition of Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, admitted in Intensive Care Unit at AIIMS, is being closely monitored by a team of experts.
New Delhi: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, who is currently in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), is requiring oxygen therapy.
The 79-year-old Sayeed is "presently sick requiring oxygen therapy" and his condition is being closely monitored by a team of experts, a statement by AIIMS, where he is admitted, said earlier today.
"Sayeed, who is admitted in AB 8 Intensive Care Unit (ICU) since December 24, is sick, requiring oxygen therapy but hemodynamically stable," according to AIIMS authorities.
"He is conscious, alert and is taking orally. He continues to be on antibiotics, antifungal drugs and supportive therapy and is being closely monitored by a team of experts," a statement issued by the hospital said.
The team of experts monitoring Sayeed's condition include Dr Rita Sood (Professor of Medicines), Prof Mohammad Ashraf Ganaie (Endocrinologist), Dr Tulika Seth (Hematology) and Prof PN Dogra (Urology), among others.
The J&K CM was flown to New Delhi on December 24 and admitted in a private ward in AIIMS with complaints of fever and chest pain.
Sayeed's daughter and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti had accompanied him to Delhi.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh had yesterday visited him to enquire about his health and wished him speedy recovery. He had taken over as Chief Minister of a PDP-BJP alliance government in March this year.