New Delhi, Jan 4 (UNI) The management of the Sir Ganga Ram hospital here today denied that Congress president Sonia Gandhi was suffering from pneumonitis and said her health condition is stable and improving.
However, the management still does not say when the UPA chairperson would be discharged from the hospital.
Issuing Ms Gandhi's health bulletin, Dr B K Rao, Chairman, Board of Management, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, said the Congress president is suffering from chest infection and not pneumonitis as reported in a section of the media.
The UPA chairperson was admitted to the hospital on Monday night after complaining of asthma and chest pain.
''Ms Gandhi is making steady progress. Her health condition is stable,'' Dr Rao said.
However, he said she has been advised to continue rest.
Congress workers across the country have offered prayers for her speedy recovery.
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