Robert Vadra admitted to Noida-based Metro hospital after complaining of back pain and then discharged on Tuesday

Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra was admitted to a Noida-based private hospital for a night after he complained of back pain, sources said on Tuesday.

Press Trust of India October 22, 2019 13:05:04 IST
Robert Vadra admitted to Noida-based Metro hospital after complaining of back pain and then discharged on Tuesday
  • Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra was admitted to a Noida-based private hospital for a night after he complained of back pain, sources said on Tuesday.

  • Vadra, who is married to Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi, was admitted to the Metro multi-speciality hospital in Noida on Monday, where he stayed overnight.

  • He was discharged on Tuesday, sources said.

New Delhi: Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra was admitted to a Noida-based private hospital for a night after he complained of back pain, sources said on Tuesday.

Robert Vadra admitted to Noidabased Metro hospital after complaining of back pain and then discharged on Tuesday

Robert Vadra admitted in a Noida-based hospital. ANI

Vadra, who is married to Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi, was admitted to the Metro multi-speciality hospital in Noida on Monday, where he stayed overnight.

He was discharged on Tuesday, sources said.

Vadra underwent some tests and after treatment and medication, was discharged from the hospital, they said.

Priyanka Gandhi on Tuesday left for a three-day visit to her Rae Bareli, where she will participate in a workshop organised by the Uttar Pradesh unit of the party.

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