Sonia Gandhi discharged from Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi after recovering from upset stomach
Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who was admitted to a hospital in New Delhi on Friday evening after she complained of upset stomach, was discharged on Saturday
New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who was admitted to a hospital in New Delhi on Friday evening after she complained of upset stomach, was discharged on Saturday.
According to Dr DS Rana, chairman (Board of Management) of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Gandhi had recovered from upset stomach and was discharged on Saturday at 4 pm.
"Her condition at the time of discharge was stable and she has been advised rest," Dr Rana said.
Sonia Gandhi recovered from upset stomach, discharged at 4 pm today. Condition stable, rest advised: Sir Ganga Ram Hospital #Delhi
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Gandhi, 70, was Friday evening rushed to the hospital in an air-ambulance from Shimla, where she had gone for a vacation.
A team of doctors from the hospital was deputed to bring her back from Shimla.
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