Congress chief Sonia Gandhi was admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital on Sunday after she complained of a stomach ache and nausea.
Sources said the 73-year-old was taken to the hospital at around 7 in the evening. Her children, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, also visited her there.
“There is nothing to worry about. She is undergoing a few tests. Based on the results, a decision will be taken whether to discharge her or keep her in the hospital until she recovers fully,” said a source. He added that the stomach ache could be due to an infection. The hospital has been Gandhi’s go-to hospital for any health issue. She has been admitted to the hospital several times over the past few years for regular health check-ups and once, in 2017, she was admitted there for shoulder surgery, said a senior doctor.
She did not attend Union Budget presentation in Parliament on Saturday. She had attended the first day of the Budget session on Friday and had led the party’s protests against Citizenship (Amendment) Act in Parliament.