L-G Manoj Sinha, who additionally met NC vice-president Omar Abdullah on the hospital, instructed the docs to offer greatest therapy to Farooq Abdullah
Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha visited the SKIMS hospital in Srinagar on April 4 to investigate in regards to the well being of Nationwide Convention (NC) president and MP Farooq Abdullah, who’s present process therapy for COVID-19.
Mr. Sinha, who met Mr. Abdullah’s son and NC vice-president Omar Abdullah on the hospital, instructed the docs on the SKIMS to offer greatest therapy to the MP from Srinagar.
“In Srinagar, I met Omar Abdullah at SKIMS Hospital, Soura. Enquired about Farooq Sahab’s well being and instructed the docs to offer greatest therapy. I pray for his lengthy and wholesome life,” the LG’s workplace tweeted.
The LG additionally provided to shift the senior Abdullah to a different facility or hospital for higher monitoring and care.
“I’ve additionally provided to shift Farooq Sahab, who’s admitted at SKIMS, to a different facility or hospital for higher monitoring and care,” the L-G’s workplace mentioned.
Mr. Omar Abdullah expressed gratitude to Mr. Sinha for visiting the hospital and providing to shift his father, and mentioned the NC president is getting the absolute best care on the SKIMS.
“Thanks on your go to to investigate after my father @manojsinha_ ji. We’re grateful for the provide to shift my father, the docs & different medical employees at SKIMS Srinagar are amongst one of the best wherever & my father is getting the absolute best care,” he wrote on Twitter.
The 85-year-old NC president examined optimistic for COVID-19 on March 30. He was saved in residence isolation initially, however docs on April 3 determined to shift him to a hospital for higher medical care.
“Based mostly on the recommendation of docs to allow them to raised monitor my father, he has been admitted to hospital in Srinagar. Our household stays grateful to everybody for his or her messages of help & their prayers,” Mr. Omar Abdullah tweeted on April 3.