New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who had undergone a surgery to fix a dislocated shoulder earlier this month, visited the Ganga Ram Hospital here on Wednesday for a routine check up and a minor medical procedure for her back.
Though authorities termed it a routine check up, hospital sources told IANS that Gandhi had not been keeping well since her discharge on Aug 14.
“Though it was a routine check up after her over 11 days treatment, she has also undergone some small medical procedure for her back. Her condition did not seem well,” said a doctor at Ganga Ram Hospital, who did not wish to be named.
Sources said that Gandhi left the hospital after the minor medical procedure. She had come to the hospital around 3 p.m.
Gandhi was admitted to the Ganga Ram Hospital on August 3 afternoon with fever, dehydration and shoulder injury, for which she underwent a surgery.
She fell ill during a rally at Varanasi, and was initially admitted to the Army Research and Referral Hospital.