YS Jagan discharged from Guntur hospital

YS Jagan discharged from Guntur hospital - Sakshi Post

Guntur: YSR Congress President Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy was on Wednesday discharged from the hospital where he was admitted after police foiled his indefinite fast undertaken to seek special category status for Andhra Pradesh.

The 42-year-old Opposition leader, who launched his fast on October 7, was forcibly shifted to Government General Hospital by police in the early hours of yesterday.

Doctors immediately administered him intravenous fluids. Jagan was kept under observation and medication for the next 36 hours by a group of doctors, said Hospital Superintendent Raju Naidu.

The YSR Congress chief was discharged after his health condition improved, he said.

The main Opposition party had taken strong exception to the police action and announced an agitation programme to push for its demand of providing special status to the State which was bifurcated last year.

The agitation programme will be held from October 17 to 21 seeking special status and the party will continue to mount pressure for fulfilling its demand.

On October 18, rallies will be held at all Assembly constituency headquarters and on the next day party cadre and sympathisers will picket government offices, Ambati Rambabu, YSRCP spokesperson, told reporters yesterday.


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