Medical report terms Amar`s health as stable, norm

Amar Singh is in judicial custody for his alleged involvement in cash-for-votes scam.

New Delhi: The health parameters of Rajya
Sabha MP Amar Singh, who has been arrested for his alleged
role in the 2008 cash-for-vote scam and who is seeking interim
bail from a Delhi court on medical ground, has been described
in medical reports from Tihar jail as "stable and normal".

Submitting the status report before Special Judge Sangita
Dhingra Sehgal on Singh`s medical condition, the jail
authorities said quoting the medical status repor that "his
medical condition is stable and all parameters are near
normal, as reported by various specialists and as indicated by
the pathological tests".

They said Singh is under regular medical supervision.

"It is...submitted that every effort is being made by the
prison administration to have him (Amar Singh) examined by
various super specialists in view of the medical history of
renal transplantation, intestinal resection, diabetes
mellitus, hypertension etc.

"...In addition, he is under regular medical supervision
of RMO, SMO and duty doctors of the jail. His blood pressure
and sugar are monitored three times a day", the jail
authorities said.

Amar Singh`s blood and urine samples were sent for tests
on the recommendation of super specialists of LNJP hospital
and G B Pant hospital, they added.

The report said Amar Singh had complaint of vomiting,
headache and dizziness.

"He (Amar Singh) was also examined by Dr Neera Chaudhary,
Associate Professor of Neurology, GB Pant Hospital, on
September 10 on the advice of Dr Sanjay Sachdeva (Associate
professor of Gastroenterology, GB Pant Hospital) as he was
complaining of giddiness and nausea.


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