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Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann admitted to hospital in Delhi

Updated on: 21 July,2022 09:47 AM IST  |  New Delhi
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Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann was admitted for treatment in Delhi's Apollo Hospital after he felt unwell

Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann admitted to hospital in Delhi

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann. File Pic


Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann was admitted to a hospital in Delhi on Wednesday early morning, said sources on Thursday.


Mann was admitted for treatment in Delhi's Apollo Hospital after he felt unwell.



The Chief Minister was checked for a stomach ache following which the doctors diagnosed him with an infection.


On Wednesday, Mann had congratulated the Police and the anti-gangster task force for successfully executing an operation against gangsters in the state after two Sidhu Moose Wala killers were gunned down after a heavy exchange of fire with Punjab Police near Amritsar on Wednesday, according to an official.

The killed gangsters were identified as Jagroop Singh Roopa and Manpreet Singh from whom an AK47 and a pistol were recovered after the encounter.

In a statement issued from Chief Minister's Office (CMO) here, the Chief Minister said that the state government has launched a decisive war against the gangsters and anti-social elements in the state, and as per the commitment, the Punjab Police has got major success in an anti-gangster operation in Amritsar.

Earlier this month on July 21, Mann tied the knot with Dr Gurpreet Kaur in a traditional Sikh 'Anand Karaj' wedding ceremony.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Bhagwant Mann took oath as the Chief Minister of Punjab on March 16 after AAP registered a landslide victory in the recently concluded Punjab Assembly polls, winning 92 seats, pushing most of its rivals to the margins. Congress won 18 seats in the 117-member Assembly.

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