Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan’s heart surgery, PM Modi speaks to Chirag Paswan


Delhi: Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan has undergone heart surgery. This information was given by his son and Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) National President Chirag Paswan through a tweet on Sunday. The meeting of the LJP Parliamentary Board was postponed on Saturday evening due to Ram Vilas Paswan’s surgery.

PM Modi talks to son Chirag Paswan
After Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan’s heart surgery, PM Modi (PM Modi) talked to his son Chirag Paswan and got to know about Paswan’s condition. The PM also praised Chirag for serving his father and said that Paswan Ji will be proud of you if he gets well. The Home Minister and the Defense Minister have also spoken to Chirag Paswan.

Ram Vilas Paswan’s heart surgery
LJP mentor Ram Vilas Paswan’s hospitalization and the Bihar Assembly elections have caused a double crisis on the LJP due to the screwing up of ticket distribution in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA). Union Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Ram Vilas Paswan is hospitalized for more than a month. His heart surgery was done on Sunday night, which has been given by Chirag Paswan.

Heart surgery
Chirag wrote in the tweet, ‘Father has been undergoing treatment in the hospital for the last several days. Yesterday evening due to sudden circumstances, his heart had to be operated. If necessary, one more operation will have to be done after a few weeks. Thank you all for standing with me and my family in this hour of crisis. Union Minister Paswan has already undergone bypass surgery. Sources reveal that a doctor had also come from Chennai on Saturday to see him.

Enthusiasts for the assembly elections in Bihar have intensified and the picture in the NDA is not yet clear regarding the seat-sharing. On the other hand, due to LJP founder and senior minister in the central government, Ram Vilas Paswan is admitted to the hospital, Chirag Paswan has to revolve around the party’s functioning as well as the hospital.

(Input IANS)


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