At the Nizam"s Institute of Medical Science (NIIMS) ICCU where he is currently recuperating, Ramalinga Raju enjoys all the comforts of a VIP, says a Times News Network report.
Ramalinga Raju is in what the staffers call the 'VIP section'. He has a separate room, as opposed to just a bed separated from other patients with just a curtain. The room comes with an attached bathroom too.
He waited upon hand and foot by doctors who are available round the clock, along with his wife, Nandini Raju who is always by his side. While Raju was visited by his son, Teja Raju on Monday, Sep 7, Raju's aides were seen hanging around the ICCU on Tuesday, Sep 8, says the report.
To add to the privacy and the VIP-treatment in the name of vigil and security, five police personnel are always outside the room and hospital authorities have also blocked an entrance which leads to the in-patient ward of the hospital.
After Ramalinga Raju complained of chest pain on Monday, Sep 7 night, he was taken to the hospital where he was found to be suffering from hypertention and hepatitis C.