The Kerala CM was admitted to the Kottayam Medical College Hospital after he felt uneasy in the morning | File/PTI
Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy was in stable condition after successfully undergoing angiography at a hospital here Monday, said doctors.
He was admitted to the Kottayam Medical College Hospital after he felt uneasy in the morning.
"An angiography was performed on him and it was found out that there was no need of doing an angioplasty and hence no intervention is needed, but he will now have to take medicines. He will require a few days' rest," said a doctor who attended on the 70-year-old leader.
Doctors attending on Chandy said that he is fine now.