Sharad Pawar Injured, Taken to Mumbai

Pawar, 73, suffered injury in his leg and apparently in his back and will be admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai, sources said.

Published: 03rd December 2014 10:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd December 2014 11:41 AM   |  A+A-

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Pawar slipped during his usual morning walk at his Janpath bungalow, they said, but did not elaborate further on his condition. (File Photo)

By PTI

NEW DELHI: NCP Chief Sharad Pawar was injured when he slipped during morning walk on Wednesday at his residence here and has been taken to Mumbai by air ambulance.

Pawar, 73, suffered injury in his leg and apparently in his back and will be admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai, sources said.

His wife Pratibha and daughter Supriya Sule are accompanying him.

Pawar slipped during his usual morning walk at his Janpath bungalow, they said, but did not elaborate further on his condition.

Pawar, who left Congress and formed Nationalist Congress Party in 1999, is currently a member of Rajya Sabha.

He is a three-time chief minister of Maharashtra and a former Union Minister.

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