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Former Chief Minister Kalyan Singh Health Condition Latest Update Lucknow Pgi Prime Minister Narendra Modi Yogi Adityanath Bjp National President Jp Nadda

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On Friday morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted about the health of former Chief Minister Kalyan Singh. Wrote that countless people across the country are praying for the speedy recovery of Kalyan Singh. The PM further wrote that I just spoke to his grandson and inquired about his health.

JP Nadda and CM Yogi reached to meet former CM Kalyan Singh
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The condition of former Chief Minister Kalyan Singh admitted to SGPGI is improving. On Friday morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted about his health. PM Modi wrote that countless people across the country are praying for the speedy recovery of Kalyan Singh.

On Thursday, BJP National President, UP Chief Minister and many other leaders went to the hospital to meet him. The PM further wrote that I just spoke to his grandson and inquired about his health.

PM Modi wrote in his next tweet that I regret to know that during my conversation with BJP National President JP Nadda, Kalyan Singh remembered me, I have many memories of my conversation with Kalyan Singh ji, many of them memories from life. I can come back, talking to them has always been a learning experience.

Earlier on Thursday, PGI Director Prof. RK Dhiman told that they are responding now. He spoke to the doctors and para medical personnel with gestures and also gave his feedback on their questions.

According to doctors, his vital organs are becoming normal now. On Thursday, consciousness has come in the veins of the hands and feet of Kalyan Singh. The former CM is recruiting ventilator in CCM One of Critical Care Medicine of PGI. A team of senior doctors is constantly monitoring him.

BJP National President JP Nadda reached PGI to see former Chief Minister of the state Kalyan Singh. He inquired about his health from the doctors. Nadda also tried to talk to the former CM. Apart from this, UP BJP President Swatantra Dev Singh and Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya also reached PGI to know the condition of Kalyan Singh.

PM also worried about Kalyan Singh’s health: Nadda
BJP National President JP Nadda said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also worried about the health of former Chief Minister Kalyan Singh. He said that doctors have told that his condition is stable now, health is improving rapidly. His health improved on Thursday as compared to Wednesday.

The arrangement of SGPGI is commendable, the plan made by the doctors for their treatment is very good. Hope Kalyan Singh will return home soon after recovering and everyone will get his guidance.

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The condition of former Chief Minister Kalyan Singh admitted to SGPGI is improving. On Friday morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted about his health. PM Modi wrote that countless people across the country are praying for the speedy recovery of Kalyan Singh.

On Thursday, BJP National President, UP Chief Minister and many other leaders went to the hospital to meet him. The PM further wrote that I just spoke to his grandson and inquired about his health.

PM Modi wrote in his next tweet that I regret to know that during my conversation with BJP National President JP Nadda, Kalyan Singh remembered me, I have many memories of my conversation with Kalyan Singh ji, many of them memories from life. I can come back, talking to them has always been a learning experience.

Earlier on Thursday, PGI Director Prof. RK Dhiman told that they are responding now. He spoke to the doctors and para medical personnel with gestures and also gave his feedback on their questions.

According to doctors, his vital organs are becoming normal now. On Thursday, consciousness has come in the veins of the hands and feet of Kalyan Singh. The former CM is recruiting ventilator in CCM One of Critical Care Medicine of PGI. A team of senior doctors is constantly monitoring him.

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Nadda, Keshav and Swatantradev came to see Kalyan

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