The medical report was submitted to the court of Special Judge Sangita Dhingra Sehgal. The court will then decide on the bail plea of Singh. Monday saw his interim bail plea extended till Sept 27 in lieu of his failing health condition.
The AIIMS report stated, "He has shown over all improvement because of sustained use of antibiotics. The antibiotic needs to be continued till the urine infection subsides and his renal parameters touch the baseline."
His earlier medical report had said, "he continued to have loose motions and persistent dysuria (painful urination). His renal parameters suggested further deterioration as S creatinine level rose to 1.66 mg/dl."
Amar Singh had undergone a kidney transplant some time back and doctors had recommended that anyone showing a 30% acute rise in S Creatinine level needs to be hospitalised.
The doctors treating him noted a mild increase in his heart rate along with "persistent diarrhea". His other issue of urinary tract infection was showing slow progress towards recovery.
Meanwhile, the cash-for-votes case is witnessing many twists and turns after Ram Jethmalani, arguing for Singh, did a complete u-turn in his arguments. Advocate Hariharan, who was also fighting the case for Singh said, "Considering his condition, his interim bail should be extended. May be I (Amar Singh) am in a better position to get a better treatment at a better place in Delhi itself. He cannot be at AIIMS at this point in time."
Arguing on Singh's culpability, Hariharan commented, "there are no recommendations by the parliamentary inquiry committee in relation to registration of the case against Amar Singh and yet he is here. Can the prosecution say that Amar Singh was seen on any tape or his voice is on any tape? There is no telephone records of Amar Singh before this court. I (Amar Singh) am nowhere in the picture."
Hariharan, sealing all loop holes in the case, asked in court, "why Rewati Raman (Samajwadi Party MP), who was seen on tape, has not been cited in the charge sheet while Singh has been made an accused even when he cannot be seen on the tape anywhere."