Dr Manmohan Singh AIIMS

Former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh has been diagnosed with dengue, but his health condition is gradually improving and is out of danger, said an AIIMS official on Saturday.

A media report quoted the AIIMS official as saying that former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s “platelets are increasing and is out of danger now”.

Dr Manmohan Singh was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) New Delhi on Wednesday evening after he complained of fever and weakness.

Union health minister Mansukh Mandaviya visited the veteran Congress leader and enquired about his health.

A team of doctors under the guidance of well-known cardiologist Dr Nitish Nayak are attending the former Prime Minister.

The former PM had developed fever three days ago and was feeling weak after which he was immediately admitted to the AIIMS New Delhi.

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In April this year, Dr Singh tested positive for Covid19 during the second wave of the pandemic and was admitted to the AIIMS.

The former PM’s daughter Daman Singh told the media that his condition is “stable, but his immunity is low”.

The news of the former PM’s hospitalisation triggered a national concern.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted and wished that the former PM get well soon.

“I pray for the good health and speedy recovery of Dr. Manmohan Singh Ji,” PM Modi tweeted.

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