Sonia Gandhi, the working president of the Congress, has been admitted to Delhi’s Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. They had to go to the hospital due to health issues caused by corona. Sonia Gandhi’s health was revealed by the Congress on Friday, with the party stating that she began bleeding excessively from her nose on June 12 and was sent to the hospital.
According to a statement released by Congress National General Secretary Jairam Ramesh, following the recent corona illness, Congress working president Sonia Gandhi began bleeding excessively from her nose on June 12. He was subsequently hospitalised to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. Jai Ram revealed that he had to undergo a medical operation on Wednesday morning. After being brought to the hospital, the Congress chief was discovered to have a fungal infection in the bottom section of his respiratory tract, according to the party. His treatment for these and other symptoms that emerge after a corona infection is still ongoing. Sonia is being treated and is being closely monitored by doctors.
Sonia Gandhi was summoned by the ED on June 1 and requested to appear before it on June 8, but she was served with a subpoena on June 2. She was unable to attend as a result of this and had requested a new date. Following this, the ED has issued a new summons to Sonia Gandhi, 75, and has asked her to attend for questioning on June 23. Sonia, on the other hand, has become ill again and has been admitted to the hospital. It is still unclear whether Sonia Gandhi will be questioned on June 23 in such a setting. Simultaneously, some individuals are wishing Sonia Gandhi a speedy recovery on social media, while others believe this is a ruse to evade the ED inquiry.