Lalu Yadav To Be Shifted To Delhi AIIMS As Health Worsens. Preparations are on to take incarcerated Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Lalu Yadav to AIIMS in Delhi today for treatment, officials have said, after his health deteriorated. The former chief minister is likely to accompany his son and RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav and his family, who are camping in Ranchi, to the top medical institute in the national capital.

Lalu Yadav is getting treatment at a hospital in Ranchi for a lung infection. Where he is serving a sentence after the conviction in the Bihar fodder case.

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All India Institute of Medical Sciences is where they will take him. The prison’s medical board said he should be transferred to AIIMS. In order to transfer Lalu Yadav to Delhi, the prison administration would also have to seek permission from a lower court.

Tejashwi Yadav said that he will talk with Chief Minister Hemant Soren of Jharkhand and ask his father for better treatment.

“We want better treatment for him. But it is for doctors to analyse what treatment is providing here, after all the test reports come. His situation is serious. I will meet the Chief Minister on Saturday,” Tejashwi Yadav told reporters in Ranchi on Friday.

He had prior heart surgery and only 25 percent of his kidney is functional. Also, he was also suffering from pneumonia. He is facing difficulty breathing,”Also he has already undergone heart surgery earlier and only 25 per cent of his kidney is functional. He was also suffering from pneumonia. And he is facing difficulty while breathing,”He is facing difficulty breathing.

Since December 2017, Lalu Yadav has been in jail after being convicted. At the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences prison, he completed much of his jail term in Jharkhand.

Tejashwi Yadav is leading the RJD in his absence. His credits goes with the good success of the party last year in the Bihar election. It was the first time Lalu Yadav didn’t get a state election campaign in 40 years.

The party of Tejashwi Yadav emerged as the largest. But the opposition alliance was depriving of a majority.