Gurgaon: Samajwadi Party chief and parliamentarian Mulayam Singh Yadav on Tuesday was again shifted to Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of Medanta - The Medicity hospital where he is under treatment, said doctors.
Doctors on Monday shifted Yadav to a private room in the hospital from ICU as he had "recovered well".
Mulayam Singh Yadav
Yadav, a former union minister and Uttar Pradesh chief minister, was admitted to the hospital early on Saturday after he showed symptoms of swine flu.
Yadav was being treated for suspected swine flu but on Monday, doctors said reports revealed that he was not suffering from the flu.
Meanwhile, senior leader and former BJP chief Murli Manohar Joshi on Tuesday visited the hospital and enquired about the Samajwadi Party supremo's health.
Doctors treating Yadav on Monday said: "His condition was now better. There was no fever and the blood parameters of the patient were clear and he was shifted out from ICU where he was from Saturday 1.30 a.m."
"There is infection in the chest and abdomen of the patient," the doctors said.
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