Mulayam Singh Yadav’s health remains critical

Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav is still critical and is currently admitted in the ICU and is being treated by an extensive team of experts, the former Uttar Pradesh CM on Medanta Hospital’s latest health update said. The Gurugram hospital further said that he was shifted from the critical care unit to the ICU.

The 82-year-old leader has been under the supervision of oncologist Dr Nitin Sood and internal medicine specialist Dr Sushila Kataria. Yadav is not keeping well for the last three years. He is admitted to the hospital for examination once or twice a month. But, his condition has been deteriorating steadily since August.

It is said that Yadav has a prostate related problem and because of this he is constantly under the supervision of experts. During his stay in the capital of UP, he is under the supervision of doctors at Medanta Lucknow.

Earlier, he was admitted to the hospital on June 15, and was discharged after a routine check-up. However, since June, his health seems to be deteriorating and he has complained of one thing or the other. His health seems to have deteriorated after the death of his wife Sadhna Gupta, and has been in Delhi for most of this year.

Gupta died in June at Medanta Hospital. According to reports, she was suffering from a lung ailment and had complained of shortness of breath before she passed away.

She was the second wife of Mulayam Singh Yadav who was 20 years younger than him. His son’s name is Prateek Yadav while Bharatiya Janata Party leader Aparna Yadav is his daughter-in-law.

Meanwhile, Samajwadi Party workers offered special prayers for the long life of the party founder at several temples in Uttar Pradesh. A SP official said that in Lucknow, party workers offered prayers at Hanuman temple located on Vikramaditya Marg.

A party leader said that in Varanasi, he offered prayers at various temples, including the Hanuman temple in Gilat Bazar and the Bada Ganesh temple in Lohatia. SP spokesperson Manoj Rai said everyone in the party needed the blessings of ‘Netaji’ (as Mulayam is affectionately addressed) and offered special prayers at various temples, including performing ‘havan’ at Assi Ghat in Varanasi. .

SP leader Ajay Yadav in Varanasi said that he is ready to donate his kidney if needed. In Saharanpur too, prayers were made for Yadav’s speedy recovery. Former SP city president Faisal Salmani prayed for the speedy recovery of the SP leader.

Prayers were also offered for Yadav in Deoband. Samajwadi Party in Lucknow issued an appeal to party workers not to visit Medanta Hospital, Gurugram as he was admitted to a critical care unit there and his condition is stable. “It is not possible to meet Netaji and enter the hospital. It is a humble request not to reach there. You will be updated about Netaji’s health from time to time,” the party said on its Twitter handle.