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    Air contamination|Sonia Gandhi shifts to Goa on medical advice

    The Congress president was asked to avoid smog and prevent air pollution in Delhi.


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    The Congress president was asked to prevent smog and avoid air contamination in Delhi.

    Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Friday afternoon relocated to Goa following a medical advice to prevent smog and prevent air pollution in Delhi

    Accompanied by her kid and previous Congress chief, Rahul Gandhi, Ms. Gandhi, 73, is likely to be in Goa till the air quality in Delhi improved, a Congress functionary stated.

    ” The Congress president has been recommended by doctors to shift out of Delhi to a place with cleaner air. The contaminated air in Delhi has actually taken a toll on her health and has actually worsened her asthma and chest condition, which has actually disappointed much improvement in spite of medication”, said the functionary.

    Ms. Gandhi was hospitalised in July for a chest infection and has been on medication considering that then.

    On September 12, she went abroad for a routine medical check-up with Mr. Gandhi and skipped the monsoon session of Parliament, held in between September 14 and 23 under special conditions because of COVID-19

    Rumblings in party

    Ms. Gandhi’s decision tomove out of Delhi comes amid internal rumblings over the celebration’s efficiency in Bihar as well as essential bypolls across numerous States.

    Senior leader Kapil Sibal, who belonged of the Group of 23 leaders that questioned the leadership in a letter in August, had launched a fresh attack on the management. He stated the recent poll results proved that “the Congress was not considered as a practical alternative by voters but for the leadership it could be service as usual”.

    Ever since, several senior leaders have actually joined the debate. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, nevertheless, advised associates to discuss organisational problems on party forums instead of going to media.

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