KCR Appeals To People To Not Visit Him At Hospital, Cites Risk Of Infection
The former chief minister is expected to recover in six to eight weeks Hyderabad: Former Telangana Chief Minister K
Former Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who underwent hip replacement surgery and is recovering at a private hospital here on Tuesday, appealed to people not to visit him as it may cause inconvenience to other patients.
In a video message, the BRS supremo said doctors who are treating him have warned that there would be a risk of infection with people from outside getting in touch with him.
“I request all of you to go back to your places safely. I request people not to come to see me for the next 10 days. Hundreds of patients are undergoing treatment in this hospital. Their safety is also important for us,” KCR said in the video clip.
#WATCH | Former CM of Telangana and BRS party national leader KCR issues a video and urges his followers and well-wishers not to visit him at the Yashoda Hospital in Hyderabad.
“I am thankful to thousands of people who have visited the hospital to see me today. As I am in… pic.twitter.com/W5ksUuZVKW
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Mr Rao assured that he would meet the people once he gets better.
Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy and some of his cabinet colleagues, TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu, superstar Chiranjeevi and actor Prakash Raj were among several leaders and prominent persons who called on Rao at the hospital.
KCR on December 8 successfully underwent an operation of left Total Hip Replacement at the private super-specialty hospital here following a fracture due to a fall at his residence.
The former chief minister is expected to recover in six to eight weeks, according to the hospital where he is being treated.
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