The second time in 3 months that Sonia Gandhi has tested positive for COVID

The second time in 3 months that Sonia Gandhi has tested positive for COVID


According to senior leader of the party Jairam Ramesh, Sonia Gandhi, the interim president of the Congress, has tested positive for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19). In the past three months, Gandhi reportedly tested positive for Covid twice. According to the Rajya Sabha member, the party leader will continue to be isolated in accordance with official government etiquette.

Sonia Gandhi, the president of the Congress, came back positive for COVID-19 today. Following the political upheaval that forced the BJP out of power in the state, she met with Bihar deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav at her residence.

Ashok Gehlot, the chief minister of Rajasthan, expressed concern for the party president’s health and sent her best wishes.

“As Congress President Smt. Sonia Gandhi ji tested positive from #COVID19, we are worried about her health. Wishing for her a quick recovery. May she quickly recover. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers, Gehlot tweeted.

On June 12, she was brought to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. The patient was released on June 20.

Talking about Sonia’s start in Indian politics, following her mother-in-law and only women prime minister of India’s assassination as well as her husband’s election as prime minister, Sonia Gandhi became active in Indian politics. She served as the prime minister’s official hostess and went on several state tours with him.

She actively ran an anti-Maneka Gandhi campaign in 1984 when Rajiv was running against her in Amethi. The Bofors controversy began at the conclusion of Rajiv Gandhi’s 5 years in office. An Italian businessman named Ottavio Quattrocchi, who is allegedly connected, was reported to be Sonia Gandhi’s acquaintance and have entrance to the prime minister’s official house. She allegedly appeared on the New Delhi voter list before attaining Indian identity in April 1983, in violation of the BJP’s claims.

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