Two hospitals in two days...President Ram Nath Kovind is getting shifted to AIIMS! How is he doing now?

Exactly a day after getting admitted to the Army's Research and Referral (R&R) Hospital, President Ram Nath Kovind will be getting shifted to AIIMS, Delhi on Saturday for higher treatments. The first citizen of India had on Friday complained of chest pain after which he was rushed to R&R Hospital where he was placed under continuous observation and had gone through health examinations. 

According to reports, 75-year-old Ram Nath Kovind had complained of chest pain in the morning hours of Friday following which he was rushed to the military hospital for further treatments. The hospital said that the President had undergone routine tests and was kept under observation. In an official statement, the hospital said that the President is undergoing check-ups and is under observation. It has asserted that his health condition is stable.

It has been reported that the President will stay in the hospital till the entire medical diagnosis is complete and the doctors are continuously monitoring him. While it was expected that he will get discharged from R&R Hospital, the hospital has on Saturday said that the President will be shifted to AIIMS Delhi for higher treatments. 

According to ANI, Army Hospital has on Saturday released a statement in which it had said, "The condition of President Ram Nath Kovind is stable. He is being referred to AIIMS, Delhi for further investigation". The President is getting shifted to the second hospital in two days. Several leaders have been enquiring about his health condition since Friday. 

Prime Minister Modi, who is on his two-day visit to Bangladesh, had spoken to the President's son and enquired about his health on Friday. Taking to Twitter, the Prime Minister's Office said, "PM Narendra Modi spoke to Rashtrapati Ji's son. He enquired about the President's health and prayed for his well-being". 

Union Home Minister Amit Shah took to Twitter and said, "Have spoken to Rashtrapati Ji's family and inquired about his health. I pray to almighty for his good health and well-being." Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said, "Inquired after @rashtrapatibhvn’s health from Shri. KD Tripathi, Secretary to the Rashtrapati. My prayers for Rashtrapati Ji's good health and speedy recovery."