Health of Deputy CM Dr. Dinesh Sharma deteriorated

Aug 10 2020 04:59 PM
Health of Deputy CM Dr. Dinesh Sharma deteriorated

Agra: Coronavirus has engulfed the entire country. Chief meanwhile came to Agra on Monday to Insepection the COVID-19 control; Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma's health suddenly deteriorated. Due to the meeting in the circuit house, blood suddenly started coming from his nose. His blood pressure became uncontrolled. The deputy chief minister's health deteriorated, causing a stir among the administrative officers. Quickly, the medical team examined him.

Chief Medical Officer Dr. RC Pandey said that due to dryness, blood had come from his nose. Blood pressure was normal. His health is fine. ADM City Dr. Prabhakant Awasthi said that he had moderate discomfort due to traveling by airplane did a health test, health is fine. Not to worry. After the health test, he reviewed COVID and held a two-hour meeting with public representatives.

Dr. Dinesh Sharma reached Agra through state aircraft at 9:30 am on Monday. After the meeting, at 12 noon, the deputy chief minister left for Mathura by car. In front of Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma, MLA Mahesh Goyal, Jitendra Verma, Hemlata Diwakar have sought to get rid of village to village dirt and waterlogging. Complain of cleaning drains and no digging of ponds before the rains. Several similar cases were discussed in the meeting. With this, the health of Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma is fine.

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