Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray was yesterday admitted to Lilavati Hospital for a routine medical check-up. He underwent an angiography test but all the reports came normal.
Confirming the news, Harshal Pradhan, spokesperson of the Shiv Sena said, “All the test reports are clean but doctor has prescribed him to take rest. It was a regular health check-up that was suggested to him after his surgery.”
The state health department issued a notice on Wednesday morning that Thackeray would be discharged on Wednesday late afternoon.
The check-up was in follow-up to the angioplasty procedures that he underwent in 2012. While the first procedure was in July 2012, the second one was in November, the same year.
Tests had revealed multi-vessel blockages in his heart, after which the doctors had recommended two angioplasty surgeries.
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