Former CM S M Krishna admitted to Manipal Hospital due to fever

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Bengaluru, Sep 25: Former chief minister and senior BJP leader S M Krishna has been admitted to Manipal Hospital in Bengaluru last night after a mild fever.

The 90-year-old leader complained of fever and was immediately taken to the hospital for check-up. He also underwent testing for Covid.

However, Krishna was subjected to medical tests and the doctors have intimated that he has no serious problems and is recovering.

Private Secretary Omkar Gowda, has in a press statement, has requested that the media persons should not visit the hospital and also cooperate by not spreading any speculative reports about the S M Krishna’s health.






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  • Antony, Mannapalla

    Sun, Sep 25 2022

    Recover soon sir. A gentleman politics..of Karnataka-politics.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Sep 25 2022

    one of the most greediest and selfish person...amassed wealth only for self...ditched a party that gave him everything just for the sake of avoiding ED right....disgrace to our state..

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  • Dr. Henry Mascarenhas, Greenville, NC, USA

    Mon, Sep 26 2022

    That's called a turn coat

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  • True politician, Kudla

    Sun, Sep 25 2022

    Architect of modern Bangalore but in a very wrong party...lost CM position and further development of Bangalore into a word class city was stalled due to HD devegowdas farmer development politics. ..

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