Former President Pranab Mukherjee continues to be critical and on ventilator support, the Army Hospital Research And Referral said in a statement today.
Previous President Pranab Mukherjee keeps on being basic and on ventilator support, the Army Hospital Research And Referral said in an announcement today. The 84-year-old was admitted to the military medical clinic around early afternoon Monday and had additionally tried positive for COVID-19.
Mukherjee experienced life-sparing crisis medical procedure for mind clump on August 10. A multidisciplinary group of specialists is continually checking the soundness of the previous president.
On Monday, Mukherjee tweeted that he had tried constructive for COVID-19 and encouraged individuals who had interacted with him in the most recent week to detach themselves and get tried for the novel coronavirus. Not long after the updates on his hospitalization, wishes poured in from different quarters for his initial recuperation and various pioneers sent their desires on Twitter.
President Ram Nath Kovind likewise addressed Mukherjee’s little girl Sharmistha Mukherjee and enquired about his wellbeing on Monday evening.
Barrier Minister Rajnath Singh visited the R&R Hospital on Monday and enquired about the previous president’s wellbeing.
Singh was at the emergency clinic for around 20 minutes.
Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi likewise sent in his all the best to the previous president and wished him early recuperation.
An incredible speaker and researcher, Mukherjee had been a Congress robust before he was chosen as India’s thirteenth President and served from July 2012 to 2017 in the top post.
Individuals of Kirnahar territory in West Bengal’s Birbhum locale, Mukherjee’s familial spot, have begun a 72-hour yajna from Tuesday for his quick recuperation. The yajna at Japeswar Shiva Mandir started on the favorable day of Janmashtami and it will go on continuous for three days. Mukherjee’s sister and different individuals from the family petitioned God for him at their living arrangement at Miriti town in Kirnahar region.