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BJP leader and in-charge of the party's IT cell Amit Malviya said Shah was fine and has returned home from the hospital.
After mocking Amit Shah over illness, Congress MP BK Hariprasad now says BJP chief not suffering from swine flu
Hariprasad also refused to retract from his remarks made Thursday despite furious reaction by the BJP which has demanded that the Congress sack him and tender a public apology.
Congress spokesperson Priyanka Chaturvedi said their leader Rahul Gandhi has already wished good health to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and there can be no doubt about the party's intent.
The remark by Hariprasad, a Rajya Sabha MP and Congress general secretary, sparked an angry reaction from the BJP with the party's Karnataka unit calling him a rogue.
A team of doctors are monitoring his condition under the supervision of AIIMS director Randeep Guleria, the hospital had said.
Former Chief Secretary IYR Krishna Rao, who joined the BJP recently, has been appointed as the convenor.
Gujarat BJP Om Prakash Mathur said that poll preparations have already started with segregation of 50,000-odd polling booths into clusters.
In battleground Bengal, BJP chief Amit Shah rallies to counter Mamata Banerjee's mega opposition show
The BJP had planned 'Rath Yatras' touching all Lok Sabha constituencies in Bengal to boost its chances in the national elections.
Uddhav Thackeray takes jibe at Amit Shah's alliance remarks, says one who can trounce Shiv Sena is yet to be born
BJP President Amit Shah had recently said that if NDA allies go with opposition they would be trounced in the elections along with the opposition.
Don't lose hope by results in three states, Lok Sabha polls very important: Amit Shah tells BJP workers
The BJP chief also asked all party workers to ensure that the votes of their families and friends are cast by 10.30 AM on the polling day.
The BJP leadership has earmarked Bengal as a priority state and it's party president Amit Shah has set a target of winning 22 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in Bengal.
The BJP chief dismissed the proposed grand alliance of opposition parties against the BJP as a "sham", saying they are a disparate group with neither a leader nor any policy.
Ramdas Kadam, who is the Environment Minister in Maharashtra cabinet, made the remark days after Amit Shah threatened former allies of BJP.
Shah said the government has given this reservation by keeping the current reservation for schedule castes, schedule tribes and other backward classes intact.
The reason behind the failure of his coup, sources say, is BJP national president Amit Shah.