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Uma Bharti admitted in AIIMS, her condition stable

The 57-year-old Water Resources Minister was admitted in the new private ward under the supervision of Dr Rajesh Malhotra who heads the orthopaedic department there.

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Last Updated: Jun 24, 2016, 11.24 PM IST|Original: Jun 24, 2016, 11.24 PM IST
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The 57-year-old Water Resources Minister was admitted in the new private ward under the supervision of Dr Rajesh Malhotra who heads the orthopaedic department there.
The 57-year-old Water Resources Minister was admitted in the new private ward under the supervision of Dr Rajesh Malhotra who heads the orthopaedic department there.
NEW DELHI: Union Minister Uma Bharti was admitted to AIIMS today after she complained of "chest pain" and her condition is stated to be stable and healthy.

The 57-year-old Water Resources Minister was admitted in the new private ward under the supervision of Dr Rajesh Malhotra who heads the orthopaedic department there, said a senior doctor at AIIMS.

"Sushri Uma Bharti ji was admitted today to AIIMS for her routine knee problem (pain) under Professor R Malhotra, HoD Orthopaedics. She also has mild hypertension for which her cardiac examination was done by Professor Ambuj Roy and her condition is now stable and healthy," AIIMS said in a statement.

A source close to the Minister said she developed pain in the chest at around 6 PM when she was at her official residence at 6, Akbar Road here following which she was rushed to AIIMS.

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