New Delhi: A press release was issued on Sunday by All India Institute for Medical Sciences AIIMS regarding Union Home Minister Amit Shah admission to the hospital after complaining of breathing issues.
In a press release this morning the hospital stated, “Amit Shah was discharged from the AIIMS hospital on August 30 for post-COVID care, During his discharge in the hospital, he was advised to come to the hospital for a complete medical checkup, Shah has come to treat medical check-ups for the first one or two days of the parliamentary session under the same. ” the chairperson of the Media and Protocol Division of AIIMS said in an official statement.
There were some media reports that the health of Amit Shah Union Home Minister worsen on Saturday night, after which he was Re-admitted to All India Institute for Medical Sciences AIIMS Hospital in the National capital at around 11 am. Some News agencies reports were quoted as saying that he was having trouble breathing since recovering from the corona.
AIIMS hospital source told Media, “It is believed that Shah will stay in the hospital Will remain because, through this, their health will be continuously monitored.”
It is being told that Union minister Amit Shah has been admitted to the Cardio Neuro Tower of All India Institute for Medical Sciences AIIMS Hospital.
Union minister had earlier start off and laid the foundation stone of various development works worth ₹ 222.17 crores in Gujarat’s capital Ahmadabad on 11 September itself. Shah was quite active even before this Development program.
Amit Shah is being treated under the direction of AIIMS Hospital Director, and The place where He has been kept in the hospital is said to be a CN Tower. This provision is exclusively for VVIP (very special people). Shah is being treated under the direction of Dr. Randeep Guleria, director of AIIMS.
although, it is being said that Shah’s position is stable.
The 55-year-old BJP leader Union minister who had tested positive for COVID-19, which has affected over more than 46 lakh people in the country so far, on 2 August when union minister Amit shah was taken to Medanta private hospital in Gurgaon. On 14 August, Shah had tweeted that he would be Self-isolated for some more days on the advice of his personal doctors.
Amit Shah was discharged after testing negative on 14 August only to re-admitted in All India Institute for Medical Sciences AIIMS days after to treat his post-corona syndromes on 18 August. Shah had complained of breathing issues then.