PM wishes speedy recovery to unwell Rahul Gandhi
Rahul does not have any major public engagements till the results of assembly polls in five states are declared on May 19 and would continue rest to regain his health.
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi is recuperating from viral fever and is expected to continue resting for the next few days, party sources said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished him speedy recovery.
According to sources, Gandhi does not have any major public engagements till the results of assembly polls in five states are declared on May 19 and would continue rest to regain his health.
Sources said he has been meeting people at his residence but has not ventured out.
"Doctors have said that he will be fine soon," said a Congress functionary privy to his health condition.
Rahul Gandhi had conveyed that he was suffering from fever in a tweet on May 9.
"Unfortunately I have been down with high fever since Sunday and the doctor has advised rest for the next two days," he had tweeted.
Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and union Health Minister J.P. Nadda had wished a speedy recovery to Gandhi
"Got to know that Sh. Rahul Gandhi is not well from Honourable PM who was quite concerned about his health. In view of the concerns of the prime minister, I enquired about his health and wished a speedy recovery for him," Nadda said on microblogging site Twitter.