Congress president Sonia Gandhi admitted in AIIMS

New Delhi/August 26
Congress president Sonia Gandhi (67) was on Monday admitted in All India institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) after complained of exhaustion and chest pain during the voting on Food Security Bill in Loksabha.
As per reports, Sonia Gandhi was brought to AIIMS by her son Rahul Gandhi along with Kimari Selja when she complained of uneasiness during the session of Loksabha and she has been admitted in cardiology unit at around 8.30 pm.
UPA chairperson was first taken to intensive care unit as she had complained of chest pain after which she has been shifted to cardio-neuro centre. “Sonia is undergoing some tests and she is under observation,” AIIMS authorities said.
Sources said that Sonia condition is reported to be stable and there was no cause for concern. She was taken straight to AIIMS from the Lok Sabha when the voting was underway on various amendments to the Food Security Bill, moved by the opposition. .
AIIMS sources said Sonia was first taken to the intensive care unit (ICU) as a precautionary measure since she also complained of chest pain. Later, she was shifted to the hospital’s cardio-neuro centre.
“She had viral fever since last night and doctors had earlier examined her at her home,” sources added.
Congress leader Janardan Dwidedi said that Sonia Gandhi condition is better now and she had suffered minor reaction from some medicines that has taken for viral fever.