Thiruvananthapuram | Veteran CPI(M) leader and Chairman of Kerala State Administrative Reforms Committee V S Achuthanandan was yesterday admitted to a private hospital here after he complained of uneasiness.
The 93-year old former chief minister felt uneasiness while taking a stroll in the evening and was rushed to the hospital, sources close to Achuthanandan said.
“His health condition is stable,” hospital sources said adding he was under observation.
Earlier in the day, the CPI-M leader attended the ongoing state assembly session and raised environmental pollution in Malampuzha.
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