Former congress president Sonia Gandhi has been admitted to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi due to fever, doctors said on Friday. Her condition is stable, according to the health bulletin issued by the hospital.
On Thursday, she was admitted to the hospital, a spokesperson of the hospital said.
D S Rana, Chairman, Trust Society, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital said Gandhi has been admitted to the hospital under the supervision of Arup Basu, senior consultant, Department of Chest Medicine, and his team, “on account of fever”.
“Gandhi is under observation and undergoing investigations. Her condition is stable,” the bulletin added.
Earlier on January 11, Congress leader Sonia Gandhi was admitted to the hospital for treatment of a viral respiratory infection. Doctors said she was discharged after her condition was stable.
Chairman of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Dr Ajay Swaroop said, “UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi was discharged from the hospital in a stable and satisfactory condition on January 10 at 3 pm.”
The former Congress president made her last public appearance in Naya Raipur, Chhattisgarh for the 85th plenary session of the party.