NCP leader Dhananjay Munde's treatment continues at Bombay Hospital

On Wednesday night, Dhananjay Munde complained of severe pain in the kidney area. After being taken to the Bombay Hospital, the NCP leader was given primary treatment was carried out

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Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Dhananjay Munde was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday night after he complained of severe pain in his stomach. Hi steam took to official account on Twitter informed that he was in good health and there’s nothing to worry.

"Dhananjay Munde went to Bombay Hospital for a test for his stomach pain. His health is fine and please don’t believe in any rumours,” tweeted officeofDM.

On Wednesday night, Munde complaint of severe pain in the kidney area. After being taken to the Bombay Hospital, primary treatment was carried out. There were speculations of Munde suffering from the problem of Kidney stones. However, no official announcement has been made in this regard. Munde is still admitted in the hospital and is under supervision. 

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In the recently concluded assembly elections in Maharashtra, Dhananjay Munde contested the state assembly polls from Parli constituency on NCP ticket and managed to defeat his cousin, Pankaja Munde who contested on BJP ticket, by a margin of 28,000 votes. 

Dhananjay Munde was the leader of the opposition (LoP) of Maharashtra Legislative Council from 2014 and is in the race to become the same at present.

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