Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh admitted to AIIMS in Delhi
Manmohan Singh had a temperature and complained of weakness before being brought to the hospital, according to sources.
Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was taken to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi on October 13, after his health deteriorated. Singh had a temperature and complained of weakness before being brought to the hospital, according to sources. He is being given critical fluids, according to various media reports, and his status is said to be stable.
Congress leader Pranav Jha, on the other hand, stated in a tweet that Singh's condition was stable and that he was receiving 'regular care.'
Singh, 88, was also sent to the hospital earlier this year after testing positive for COVID-19 on April 19. The ex-PM, on the other hand, had recovered from the illness and was freed on April 29. The former prime minister was taken to AIIMS in May of last year after complaining of chest pain. According to news agency ANI, he was being watched in the hospital's cardiac ward. In 2009, the former Prime Minister underwent successful cardiac bypass surgery at AIIMS. As per reports, Singh had five bypasses performed on him after having a bypass procedure in 1990 and a stenting therapy in 2004.
In 1971, Manmohan Singh joined the Government of India as an economic advisor in the Commerce Ministry. He then served as India's finance minister from 1991 to 1996 before becoming the country's fourteenth Prime Minister in 2004. Currently, he is now a Rajya Sabha member.