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    President Ram Nath Kovind admitted to hospital following chest pain; condition stable

    Reportedly, the hospital authorities have said that the president is undergoing routine check-ups and is kept under observation.

    Guwahati: President Ram Nath Kovind was admitted to the Army (R&R) Hospital on Friday he complained of chest discomfort.

    However, his condition is said to be stable as of now.

    Reportedly, the hospital authorities have said that the president is undergoing routine check-ups and is kept under observation.

    Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took stock of President’s health from Kovind’s son.

    PM @narendramodi spoke to Rashtrapati Ji’s son. He enquired about the President’s health and prayed for his well-being.

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