Kejriwal may come to City for medical treatment again

Kejriwal may come to City  for medical treatment again

 Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is likely to come to Bengaluru for treatment yet again. He is expected to stay at the Jindal Naturecure Institute in the City from January 28.

Speaking to Deccan Herald, Dr Babina Nandakumar, Chief Medical Officer, Jindal Naturecure Institute said that Kejriwal was expected to arrive at the Institute on January 28, but nothing was certain considering his busy schedule.

The leader of the Aam Aadmi Party had stayed at the Institute for 10 days in March 2015 for treating his chronic cough and diabetes through naturopathy. He had recovered considerably and had returned with his sugar levels being near normal.
‘Sugar levels fine’

Dr Nandakumar said that they would only be able to decide upon the course for treatment only after his arrival at the Institute. “The last time we interacted with him for a follow up was three months ago. His sugar levels were fine then,” she added. According to doctors, the chances of chronic cough relapse would be minimal if Kejriwal had followed the prescribed routine.

Kejriwal was accompanied by his parents Gobind Ram and Gita Devi, who too got treated for age-related ailments when he visited the place last year.

He had booked an accommodation- ‘Nest’ at the Institute which provides stay for four people.

 This time, however, a ‘hut’ which can accommodate two people has been reserved in his name.

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