Tripathi in hospital, Rajnath enquires of health

Kolkata
7 May 2017

West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi was admitted at a city hospital this morning after he bled from the nose, official sources said. Tripathi, whose condition is stable now, was rushed to a private hospital at around 7.30 AM when the octogenarian started bleeding from his nose due to high blood pressure, a senior official of the Raj Bhawan said. "The Governor is stable now. But the doctors have decided to keep him under observation throughout the day," the officer said. Meanwhile, home Minister Rajnath Singh today spoke to West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi, who was hospitalised due to bleeding from the nose, and enquired about his health. During the telephonic conversation, Singh wished Tripathi speedy recovery and good health. The Governor was rushed to a private hospital around 7.30 AM when he started bleeding from his nose due to high blood pressure, according to a senior official of the Raj Bhawan. Thought the condition of the 82-year-old Tripathi was stated to be stable now, the doctors have decided to keep him under observation throughout the day, the official said. (PTI)