Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who fell ill during a rally in Varanasi recently, was admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital on Wednesday in New Delhi for a pre-scheduled check up for shoulder injury.
She will be there for at least two days, according to Congress sources.
She was discharged on Sunday and was advised to come for further evaluation of her condition this week.
Gandhi was earlier admitted to the Ganga Ram Hospital on August 3 with fever, dehydration and shoulder injury, for which she underwent a surgery.
She fell ill during a rally in Varanasi, and was initially admitted to the Army Research and Referral Hospital.