New Delhi, Nov 29: Congress President Sonia Gandhi was today admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi after complaints of viral fever. Chairman of the SGRH Board of Management, D.S.Rana in his statement to ANI said that Sonia Gandhi’s routine tests are being conducted. The Chairman also informed that her health was better today and that she is likely to discharged in a day or two. Congress Party’s national spokesperson RS Surjewala confirmed about Sonia Gandhi’s health and said,”Congress President Sonia Gandhi has been admitted to hospital on account of viral fever. She will be in hospital for 2 days”. Also Read - Focus on Solutions, Not Excuses: Sonia Gandhi Writes To PM Modi Over Fuel Price Hike

Earlier in August, the Congress Chief was admitted in Sir Ganga Ram Hospital as she had suffered a fracture and a shoulder dislocation after she collapsed during a rally in Varanasi on August 3. Soon after the collapse, the Congress chief was taken to Army Research and Referral Hospital and from there she was rushed to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. Also Read - Man Puts Steel Ring on His Penis to Make it Bigger to Impress Girlfriend, Lands in Hospital As Metal Gets Stuck

The 69-year-old leader underwent a physiotherapy and rehabilitation at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH) in August and was discharged after a few days on August 14. She was at SGRH for eleven days receiving treatment for a series of problems, including dehydration, fever and shoulder dislocation injury.

As per reports, Sonia Gandhi was operated upon for a shoulder injury by Prateek Gupta, senior consultant and his team from Department of Orthopaedics and Sanjay Desai from Mumbai. Two days after her discharge in August, Sonia was again admitted to the hospital for a medical check-up, following treatment for her shoulder injury. Doctors treating her at the hospital had then said she had recovered from her illness and injury to the left shoulder and was stable.