Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee is admitted in the AIIMS hospital in New Delhi and is currently on life support system due to his critical condition. India is praying for Vajpayee who is one of the most widely accepted person as PM due to his untiring contributions for India. Our sources spoke to one of the officials of AIIMS, they said Mr. Vajpee’s condition is deteriorating since last 24 hours. Prime Minister Modi visited the hospital to seek Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s blessings.
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According to our sources, he is presently on life support system (ventilator) and a team of doctors are monitoring his condition constantly in the ICU at CN tower, where he is admitted. AIIMS will issue a medical bulletin about the former PM Vajpayee’s health.
Atal was admitted to the hospital on June 11, with kidney infections, urinary tract infection and chest congestion. Sources revealed, his condition is really crucial at this point. Vajpayee was a diabetic patient and was living on one functional kidney. He had a stroke in 2009, which weakened his cognitive abilities and later developed dementia.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee was a mentor of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and he will be paying the second visit to him in some time. He visited Vajpayee on Wednesday at 7:15 pm for 10 minutes. He also inquired the doctors about the condition of Vajpayee’s health and how much improvement they can see. Smriti Irani, also visited Vajpayee in the afternoon on Wednesday.
Sources reported prayers and havans are being conducted for Vajpayee’s health in his hometown, Gwalior, and Lucknow.
Since Thursday morning, LK Advani, Venkaiah Naidu, Amit Shah and other Union Ministers are visiting the hospital. It is said, that the next hour would be crucial for Mr. Vajpayee, as he is not responding, said sources
AIIMS Director Dr. Randeep Guleria will examine Atal’s condition closely, who is suffering from Chest congestion, Kidney tract infection and Urinary tract infection and then will report to Prime Minister Modi shortly, our sources said.