New Delhi, Apr 26: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was today admitted to the country’s premier All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here after she complained of severe chest congestion. According to sources at AIIMS, she was admitted to the old private ward under Pulmonary Medicine Department around 5 PM. Also Read - India Going to Get 3-4 Vaccines in Weeks to Come, People Will Have Options to Choose, Says AIIMS Director

Around 10 PM, sixty-four-year-old Swaraj was shifted to the Cardio-Neuro Centre of the hospital. A senior doctor said her condition was stable. Doctors at the medical institute termed her condition as stable and said “there was nothing to worry”. “Sushma Swaraj has undergone some test for her chest pain. Reports will come by tomorrow. She is stable now,” said Amit Gupta, spokesperson of AIIMS. (ALSO READ: Can’t afford double standards on terror: Sushma Swaraj) Also Read - Can Corona Vaccines Control New COVID Strain, Lessen Mortality? Read What AIIMS Director Says

The 64-year old Union Minister is currently under observation by a team of multi-specialists. She has a history of acute diabetes. Doctors at AIIMS said she has been suffering from diabetes for almost 20 years. Sushma Swaraj is scheduled to meet Pakistan Foreign Ssecretary Aijaz Ahmed on Tuesday to review the status of bilateral ties and Bilateral Comprehensive Dialogue (CBD) between Indian and Pakistan, which is stagnant. Also Read - New Indian Strains of Covid-19 Could Be More Infectious, Cause Reinfection in People, Says AIIMS Chief