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India’s Sonia Gandhi hospitalised with COVID

Congress President Sonia Gandhi lays flower petals as she pays her respect on the Mahatma Gandhi memorial on the event of the the 152nd beginning anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, at Rajghat in New Delhi on October 2, 2021. Photograph: AFP

NEW DELHI: Sonia Gandhi, president of India’s foremost opposition Congress celebration, has been admitted to hospital with “COVID-related points,” a celebration spokesman stated Sunday.

Gandhi was admitted to the Ganga Ram Hospital within the capital New Delhi, Congress common secretary Randeep Surjewala stated in a tweet.

“She is steady and might be saved on the hospital for commentary,” he stated, giving no different particulars.

The 75-year-old had examined constructive for COVID-19 on June 2.

Italian-born Gandhi is the widow of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi who was assassinated in 1991.

Famously media-shy, Gandhi’s well being has at all times been a matter of secrecy along with her celebration by no means divulging too many particulars or entertaining questions, elevating questions on transparency.

Nearly a decade in the past, Indian media reported that Gandhi was being handled in america for most cancers.

A number of media experiences after which have stated she continues to go to the States for “routine medical check-up.”

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