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Sonia Gandhi back in India after ‘health check up’

Sonia Gandhi back in India after ‘health check up’

Sonia Gandhi back in India after ‘health check up’
March 24
12:32 2017

Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who was away abroad for a “wellbeing registration” since early March, came back to a politically abundantly changed India today.

Sonia was joined by her child Rahul, who flew out of India March 16 to escort her back. The gathering didn’t formally say where Sonia went for her examination, yet a few sources disclosed to TOI she went to the US.

The debilitated Congress boss didn’t battle in the February-March Assembly decisions in five states. Nor was she here on vote-numbering day.

The Congress president was hence away when the BJP returned to control in Uttar Pradesh, in a thundering avalanche triumph, additionally winning Uttarakhand and figuring out how to cobble together coalitions headed by it in Goa and in Manipur.

Undoubtedly, Sonia’s additionally back to see the Congress back in power in Punjab where it won a persuading triumph.

Sonia has been out of activity for a significant part of the time since she took sick amid a roadshow in Varanasi last August. At the time, she was flown into Delhi and admitted to the Army’s Research and Referral Hospital before being moved to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. Gandhi was again admitted to Sir Ganga Ram in November for viral fever and after that released a couple days after the fact.

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