Sonia Gandhi discharged from Sir Ganga Ram Hospital | Latest News India

Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who was receiving treatment at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi, was discharged on Monday, Jairam Ramesh, the party’s newly appointed communications officer, said in a tweet.

“Congress President Smt. Ramesh tweeted in English and Hindi that Sonia Gandhi was discharged from Sir Gangaram Hospital this evening and advised to rest at home.

Ramesh said in a statement last Friday that the veteran politician was treated for a lower respiratory infection with symptoms following Kovid-19, which was filed on June 12.

Read More | Sonia Gandhi is being treated for respiratory tract infection, symptoms after Kovid-19: Congress

“She was hospitalized after a recent Kovid infection and bleeding from her nose. She was treated immediately and underwent a follow-up procedure yesterday morning, ”the June 17 statement read.

On June 2, Ranheep Singh Surjewala, Ramesh’s predecessor, the then chief spokesman of the Congress, revealed that Gandhi had tested positive for Kovid-19. “As a large number of congressmen and women and well-wishers are concerned, we would like to say that they are healthy and recovering. We thank all of them for their well wishes,” Surjewala tweeted.

Read More | Officials at Sir Gangaram Hospital said Sonia was recovering and recovering

Meanwhile, Monday’s development took place three days before the President of Congress appeared before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for a hearing on the National Herald case. It also came a day after her son, former party chief Rahul Gandhi, appeared before the agency for the same case. Rahul Gandhi was interrogated on June 13, 14 and 15 and then summoned on June 17; However, he requested and was allowed to attend the fourth round of hearings on June 20 for the cause of his mother’s illness and his birthday.

Read More | Sonia Gandhi was taken to hospital after Kovid infection, whose condition is stable

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