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PM Modi says countless people praying for the recovery of Kalyan Singh

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that countless people across India are praying for the speedy recovery of veteran BJP leader Kalyan Singh. The latter was admitted to Lucknow’s Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences in a critical condition on July 4.

PM Modi took to Twitter in this regard. He said, “Countless people across India are praying for the speedy recovery of Kalyan Singh Ji. Yesterday @JPNadda Ji, CM @myogiadityanath Ji and others went to the hospital to meet him. I just spoke to his grandson and enquired about his health.”

“I was deeply touched to know that during his conversation with @JPNadda Ji, Kalyan Singh Ji remembered me. I also have many memories of my interactions with Kalyan Singh Ji. Several of those memories came back to life. Talking to him has always been a learning experience,” the prime minister added.

Kalyan Singh’s health improving

On Friday, the hospital released a statement saying Singh’s condition is “hemodynamically stable” and that he is showing “consistent improvement”.

“The condition of Kalyan Singh, who is admitted to the ICU of the Critical Care Medicine department is better. He is hemodynamically stable. Kalyan Singh is showing consistent improvement. His vital parameters are stable… he is communicative. He is being treated by senior faculty of CCM, Cardiology, Neurology, Endocrinology and Nephrology,” the hospital said.

Admitted in a critical condition

Kalyan Singh, the former Uttar Pradesh chief minister, was admitted to Lucknow’s Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences in a critical condition with a lower level of consciousness on July 4.  The 89-year-old leader had been unwell for the past two weeks.

The institute had in a statement said that an expert multi-departmental panel had been set up specifically to treat Singh. The panel includes members from the departments of cardiology, nephrology, endocrinology, neurology and neuro-otology.

 

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