Lalu Prasad’s health worsens, to be shifted to AIIMS Delhi

As a results of his worsening health, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav will be taken to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi for therapy on Saturday (January 23).

This follows a choice taken by the Board of medical doctors on the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS). The jail officers had been knowledgeable about Yadav’s deteriorating health and preparations to switch him started quickly after the officers gave it a go-ahead.

News18 quoted RIMS Director Dr Kameshwar Prasad as saying, “Lalu Prasad is having trouble breathing for the last two days. On Friday, he was found to be having pneumonia. Considering his age, we have decided to shift him to AIIMS- Delhi on the advice of doctors for better treatment.”

Dr Prasad stated that Lalu Prasad Yadav was slated to be shifted to the AIIMS immediately and that the authorities and his household had been arranging an air ambulance for shifting him.

It is to be famous that the RJD chief has been present process therapy for a lung an infection in Ranchi. He is serving a jail sentence after his conviction within the Bihar fodder rip-off case.

Yadav’s son Tejashwi Yadav instructed reporters on Friday (January 22), “We want better treatment for him, but it is for doctors to analyse what treatment can be provided here after all the test reports come. His situation is serious. I will meet the Chief Minister on Saturday.”

His brother Tej Pratap and Yadav’s spouse Rabri Devi reached Ranchi on Friday night as nicely. 

Media reviews quoted Tejashwi Yadav as saying, “My father is over 70 years of age and is suffering from diabetes, heart ailment and reduced kidney function. Due to his complaint of congestion in chest, we were worried about coronavirus. We have come to know that water might have entered his lungs, which is a cause of worry.”


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