While some reported that Tarun Gogoi’s health condition deteriorated since Wednesday, doctors at Guwahati Medical College and Hospital are of the opinion that the former chief minister is stable.
Gogoi was admitted to GMCH at 10.30 pm on November 1 after he had complained of breathing problems. He was discharged on October 25 after 60 days of hospitalisation.
The former chief minister was admitted to the GMCH on August 26 after he tested positive for COVID19.
A team of nine doctors are constantly monitoring Gogoi at the Guwahati Medical College Hospital. The former CM is weak, and is not talking much, the doctors said, adding that they are hopeful that his conditions would soon improve.
The GMCH doctors also had consultation through video call with doctors of AIIMS regarding the line of treatment needed for the 86-year old veteran Congress leader.
Senior Congress leaders in Assam are in constant touch with Gogoi’s family members, and are extending all possible help.