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PTI / The Hindu / GURGAON, August 29, 2011.
Social activist Anna Hazare being taken to a hospital after he broke his fast on the 13th day in support of Jan Lokpal Bill, in New Delhi on Sunday. Photo Rajeev Bhatt - The Hindu.
Anna Hazare, who was admitted in a hospital here after he ended his 12-day fast for a strong Lokpal Bill, is stable and moving towards normalcy, doctors said on Monday.
“Nobody knows when he will be discharged. His condition is stable. He has to be monitored. Usually, it takes 2—3 days.
When his parameters are established and his body starts tolerating and digesting food, only then he can go,” Chairman of Medanta Medicity, Dr. Naresh Trehan, who was monitoring Mr. Hazare’s health during his fast, said.
The 74-year-old activist was brought to the hospital on Sunday after he called off his hunger strike.
Mr. Hazare wants to take rest and has declined requests to meet him because he is “still very weak”, Dr. Trehan said, adding various tests have established that the activist’s liver and kidneys were normal.