Sonia Gandhi goes abroad for routine check-up ahead of state Assembly results
Congress President Sonia Gandhi has gone abroad for a routine check up and will not be in the country when results of the crucial assembly elections to five states come in on 11 March.
New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi has gone abroad for a routine check-up and will not be in the country when results of the crucial assembly elections to five states come in on 11 March.
According to Congress sources, Gandhi has gone abroad for routine a check-up as advised by her doctors.
"She will be back after 3-4 days," said a party source.
In August last year, the Congress chief was taken ill during a road show in Varanasi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's constituency.
Gandhi had on 27 February visited the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SRGH) here for a routine medical check-up.
Earlier, Gandhi was twice admitted to the SRGH for her ill-health, during which she underwent a minor shoulder surgery.
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