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Former Maharashtra minister RR Patil’s health condition stable

Doctors at the Mumbai Lilavati hospital confirmed that former minister RR Patil's condition is stable.

Written by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai |
January 15, 2015 2:23:31 pm
Former Maharashtra Home Minister RR Patil (PTI photo) Former Maharashtra Home Minister RR Patil (PTI photo)

Doctors at the suburban Lilavati hospital in Mumbai confirmed that former Maharashtra home minister RR Patil’s condition is stable.

However, the hospital was tight-lipped about the reasons for Patil’s admission citing patient confidentiality.

Patil, who is a leader of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) is currently stable and will continue to be treated in the hospital for the next few days, a source from the hospital said.

NCP leader Nawab Malik also confirmed that Patil has been undergoing treatment at the hospital. “He has been admitted there for a month now,” Malik said.

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Patil has been facing health issues for some time now. Last month, he was admitted to the city-based Bombay Hospital for undergoing an angiography after he suffered a cardiac arrest at his residence. His then-doctor, BK Goyal, said that no blockages were found in his heart during the surgery.

In November 2014, Patil had also undergone a minor surgery at Breach Candy hospital for dental issues. According to party sources, his cheeks were swollen and a surgery in gums and mouth had to be conducted.

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First published on: 15-01-2015 at 02:23:31 pm

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