Goa's First Woman Chief Minsiter Tests Positive for Swine Flu

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on  March 25, 2015 at 10:51 AM Indian Health News
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Shashikala Kakodkar, Goa's first woman chief minister, is being treated for swine flu, informed Health Minister Francis D'Souza.

Kakodkar, 80, had already been admitted due to an illness at a city hospital when she was detected positive for swine flu.
Goa's First Woman Chief Minsiter Tests Positive for Swine Flu
Goa's First Woman Chief Minsiter Tests Positive for Swine Flu

Kakodkar served as chief minister of Goa in 1977. She is the daughter of Goa's first chief minister Dayanand Bandodkar and headed the regional political outfit, the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP).

Source: Medindia

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