Sonia Gandhi advised to stay out of Delhi to avoid pollution due to health reasons

Party sources said that Sonia Gandhi may shift to Goa or Chennai for a few days

Delhiites are suffering due to increasing pollution in the national capital. Due to this, Congress President Sonia Gandhi has been advised to shift out of Delhi for a few days. According to media reports, in order to avoid serious conditions of air pollution in the national capital, the Congress President Sonia Gandhi has been advised by doctors to stay away from Delhi for a few days, due to a chest infection. Party sources said that Sonia Gandhi may shift to Goa or Chennai for a few days. He said that Sonia Gandhi is likely to leave Delhi on Friday afternoon. He can also be accompanied by Rahul Gandhi or Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

Actually, Sonia Gandhi is struggling with chest infection. That is why they have been advised to avoid pollution of Delhi. Party sources said that Sonia Gandhi has been undergoing treatment since she was discharged from the hospital in August. Doctors are concerned about his chest infection. Delhi’s pollution has increased asthma and infection. Due to this, he has been advised by doctors to go out of here.

Earlier, the Congress president shifted to Goa for some time in January last year, where pictures of him riding a bicycle went viral on social media. Sonia Gandhi was admitted to Sir Gangaram Hospital on 30 July, from where she was discharged a few days later. Then on 12 September she went abroad for her regular health checkup and was accompanied by son Rahul Gandhi. Due to this, both could not attend the monsoon session of Parliament.

Sonia Gandhi’s advice to move out of Delhi comes at a time when the party needs her. Some leaders of the party, including Kapil Sibal, had raised the demand for introspection since the defeat in the Bihar assembly elections. Some of them have also written to them demanding organizational reforms. Let us know that on the occasion of Diwali this year, the pollution level was very high. The Central Pollution Control Board said in its report that the quantity of all pollutants was higher in Diwali this year than in 2019.