Former PM Vajpayee in AIIMS, PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi Visit Ailing Leader
Congress President Rahul Gandhi, too, was among the first few visitors soon after which the BJP leaders started making a beeline to the hospital.
Several top BJP leaders, including PM Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, rushed to the hospital to see Vajpayee on Monday evening.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi, too, was among the first few visitors soon after which the BJP leaders, including JP Nadda and Rajnath Singh, started making a beeline to the hospital.
PM Modi interacted with the family members of Vajpayee, spoke to the doctors and inquired about his health and spent about 50 minutes at the hospital.
LK Advani, one of the most trusted men in the Vajpayee government, too, rushed to the hospital around 9pm.
"Vajpayee ji is fine and stable. Remains to be in the ICU though. Finest team of doctors conducting check up on him. On doctors' advice he'll be kept under the supervision for tonight and will be discharged tomorrow morning. Doctors will share the details in sometime," Union minister Vijay Goel said.
Security around AIIMS Hospital has been tightened and movement restricted.
PM @narendramodi visited former Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee at AIIMS today. He was at AIIMS for about 50 minutes.— PMO India (@PMOIndia) June 11, 2018
The Prime Minister interacted with family members of Shri Vajpayee. He also spoke to doctors and enquired about the health of Shri Vajpayee. pic.twitter.com/CctZYDJV8o
The hospital authorities had earlier issued a statement saying the veteran politician was stable and is undergoing medical tests.
The 93-year-old leader will be under the supervision of AIIMS Director Randeep Guleria, the statement said, adding that he has been admitted on doctors' advice.
The BJP stalwart ruled India as prime minister between 1998 and 2004. As his health deteriorated, he slowly withdrew from public life and has been confined to his residence for many years.
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