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Minister Ambareesh Visits Hospital for Routine Check-up

by Anubha Sinha on May 8, 2014 at 8:20 AM
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 Minister Ambareesh Visits Hospital for Routine Check-up

Kannada star and Karnataka Housing Minister MH Ambareesh visited Vikram Hospital in Mysore on Monday evening for a routine check-up, doctors said.

Vikram Hospital Managing Director Dr Vikram said Ambareesh was perfectly fine and he was not admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

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Ambareesh later told mediapersons that there was no reason to worry and the minister soon left for Bangalore after the check-up. He said, "As there will be too much crowd in the morning, the doctors in the hospital advised me to come at this time."

The minister recently had a lung infection for which he was admitted to a hospital in Singapore for a month. Last week, along with Rajinikanth, he was also present for the muhurt of Tamil movie Lingaa. Later, he went to Ooty along with his actress wife Sumalatha for rest.

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