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Sonia shifted to Ganga Ram Hospital

She suffered from dehydration, fever and high blood pressure, say doctors

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Publish Date: Aug 3 2016 3:19PM | Updated Date: Aug 3 2016 3:19PM

Sonia shifted to Ganga Ram Hospital

 Congress President Sonia Gandhi has been shifted  to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in the national capital  and is likely to undergo further tests for her fever and high blood pressure, doctors said.

 
"Soniaji was brought to our hospital around 1.45 p.m. Senior doctors are attending on her," a senior doctor told news agency IANS.
 
Earlier, the Congress supremo, who took ill in Varanasi, was admitted to the Army Research and Referral Hospital. 
 
According to doctors, she suffered from dehydration, fever and high blood pressure.
 
The Ganga Ram Hospital doctor who did not wish to be named also said that a medical board was being set up to study Gandhi's overall health.