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Hazare hospitalised for chest infection, stable

MUMBAI: Anna Hazare has been admitted to a private hospital in Pune for chest infection and is stable after treatment. Hazare was rushed to Sancheti Hospital on Saturday night after he c

Published: 02nd January 2012 02:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:06 PM   |  A+A-

MUMBAI: Anna Hazare has been admitted to a private hospital in Pune for chest infection and is stable after treatment.

Hazare was rushed to Sancheti Hospital on Saturday night after he complained of chest pain and coughing.

According to his aide, doctors have come across a minor swelling in his wind pipe that would be healed with two-three days of medication. Doctors have already advised complete bed rest for Hazare after recovering from the chest infection.

Meanwhile, Indian Against Corruption Mumbai chapter has organised prayer meets in various locations in Mumbai on Sunday for speedy recovery of the anti-corruption crusader.

The two-day core committee meeting of Team Anna that was to be held in his home town in Ralegaon Siddhi on Monday and Tuesday has been cancelled. The future date would be declared later, a source said.



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