CEO of Rajasthan Hospital Hospitalized for Breathing Difficulty, Discharged Following Tests

Rajasthan’s Chief Electoral Officer Praveen Gupta was admitted to Sawai Mansingh Hospital in Jaipur on Tuesday due to difficulty in breathing. He was discharged after undergoing tests including ECG, chest X-ray, and blood tests. Further treatment will be given based on the test reports.

According to doctors, Gupta’s guards brought him to the hospital where he received medical attention. This is not the first time the senior IAS officer has faced health issues, as he had fallen ill after the Assembly elections in November last year. Gupta was previously admitted to the ICU and underwent tests after experiencing trouble breathing and losing consciousness.

It is essential for public officials like Chief Electoral Officers to prioritize their health and well-being. We wish Praveen Gupta a speedy recovery and hope he takes necessary measures to maintain his health in the future.


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