Sanjay Raut admitted in hospital due to uneasiness
Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut has been admitted to Lilavati hospital in Mumbai. More details are awaited.
Sanjay Raut, who was hospitalised recently, has been complaining of uneasiness.
Raut, who has been fronting the Sena attack ever since the Maharashtrra election results were announced on October 24, has been advised rest by doctors at the hospital.
“He complained of chest pain since a few days. He had gone for a check up. Doctors have advised rest for a day or two; he could be discharged tomorrow. There is nothing serious,” said Sanjay’s brother Sunil Raut, who is also an MLA from Vikhroli.
The development comes on the day the Sena, the second largest party with 56 lawmakers after the BJP’s 105, was given 24 hours by Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari to respond to an invitation to stake claim to form the government on Sunday. That deadline expires at 7.30 pm today.
Hectic parley are on between the Sena and the NCP to come to an understanding to form a government in Maharashtra even as the Congress mulls extending outside support. Earlier today, Arvind Sawant, Sena’s lone MP in the Central government, resigned saying the BJP “broke our trust”.