Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot undergoes angioplasty at SMS Hospital
CM Gehlot will probably be kept under observation at Sawai Mansingh Hospital for 24 hours.
New Delhi: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has undergone angioplasty on Friday after he experienced severe chest pain. 90 percent blockage was found in Gehlot's artery. After that Gehlot has been fitted with a stent.
The health of the Chief Minister is now being said to be fine. Congress and BJP leaders, including Congress state in-charge Ajay Maken, have wished for his speedy recovery.
CM Gehlot hospitalized:
It is being told that after angioplasty, CM Gehlot will probably be kept under observation at Sawai Man Singh Hospital for 24 hours. The senior doctors of SMS are constantly monitoring his health.
Gehlot himself tweeted that I was having health problems after covid. I was having severe pain in my chest since yesterday. Just got my CT NGO done in SMS Hospital. Angioplasty will be done. I am glad that I am getting it done at SMS Hospital. I am fine and will be back soon. Your blessings and best wishes are with me.
Congress state president Govind Singh Dotasara told that there was 90 percent blockage in an artery of the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister is now healthy after angioplasty. The Chief Minister was having pain in his chest since last night. His angioplasty has been done in the cath lab of SMS Hospital. Dr. Deepak Maheshwari and other doctors have done angioplasty of CM. After angioplasty, Gehlot has been shifted to CCU. Dr. Sudhir Bhandari, Principal of SMS Medical College, will issue a bulletin after some time regarding the health of Ashok Gehlot.
Wishing CM a speedy recovery: Ajay Maken
Congress state in-charge Ajay Maken and BJP state president Satish Poonia have wished for the speedy recovery of CM Gehlot by tweeting. Meanwhile, Chief Whip Mahesh Joshi has reached SMS Hospital to meet Ashok Gehlot. Medical Minister Dr. Raghu Sharma was also present in the hospital during Gehlot's health check-up and angioplasty.
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