Kalyan undergoes surgery, stable
Ghaziabad: Former Uttar Pradesh chief
minister Kalyan Singh on Wednesday underwent an operation to relieve
pain in his spinal cord.
His condition is stable, said P N Arora, the Managing
Director of the Yashoda Hospital where the 79-year-old leader
underwent the surgery.
Singh was admitted to the hospital six days ago for
treatment of a muscle strain which was causing pain in his
spinal cord, he said.
The former BJP leader had floated Jan Kranti Party
on January five last year.
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