Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh was rushed to Indira Gandhi Medical College (IGMC) hospital early Monday morning after complains of viral infection and intensive cough,affecting his sleep during late night hours. IGMC’s Senior medical Superintendent Dr Ramesh Chand said ” I had received a call from CM’s son Vikramaditya Singh around 1 am informing me about CM ‘s health, cough problem and uneasiness, which was due to some viral infection”.
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Chief Minister was shifted to IGMC immediately and admitted for medical interventions. “The condition has improved after some medication. CM also had breakfast and he also slept a while. The doctors are keeping a close watch on his health condition” said Dr Chand.
During his one-day tour to Dodra-Kawar last week, Virbhadra Singh had reported bad throat due to heavy dust infection. The road to Kawar — an area which had no road connectivity till few years back, was in pathetic condition there. Chief Minister was also very annoyed with quality of work and threatened action against erring contractor and PWD staff.
” I have ordered an inquiry against the contractor who built this road sometime back and his contract has also been cancelled ” CM told Indian Express on his return confirming that the dust has caused him lot of problem.
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