Guwahati: The health condition of Assam’s former chief minister Tarun Gogoi has improved slightly on Sunday morning. Gogoi is critical but stable and semi-conscious, informs GMCH officials.
The 86-year-old veteran politician was put on ventilation support at the Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), after he suffered multiple organ failure on Saturday.
GMCH superintendent Abhijit Sarma on Sunday morning said that there has been an overnight improvement in the health condition of Gogoi with his oxygen level rising to 97 this morning.
An eye movement has also been observed and there have been motor movements as well, Sarma further added.
Doctors of GMCH are continuously monitoring Gogoi’s health and also are in touch with experts from AIIMS Delhi.
Gogoi was admitted to the hospital on November 2 after complaining of restlessness and was immediately shifted to ICU.
Assam health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma visited GMCH on Saturday to take stock of Gogoi’s health condition.