Uttar Pradesh: Ram Temple Trust chief takes ill, rushed to Lucknow | Lucknow News


AYODHYA: Ram Temple Trust president Mahant Nritya Gopal Das was rushed from Ayodhya to the Medanta Hospital in Lucknow after he complained of breathlessness and chest pain on Monday.
A green corridor was created from Safedabad near Barabanki till the Medanta Hospital on Shaheed Path on Monday afternoon for the ambulance ferrying the Trust chief.
Das was admitted to the hospital’s ICU. Doctors said his condition was stable.
Medanta Hospital director Dr Rakesh Kapoor told TOI: “When Mahant Nritya Gopal Das was brought to the hospital, he had low blood pressure, high heart rate and heavy breathlessness. His creatinine levels are also high which means his kidneys are affected. His lower limbs were diagnosed with deep vein thrombosis wherein blood clots are formed which is related to his weight and age.”
A team headed by Dr Kapoor and including experts of critical care, cardio thoracic surgeons, pulmonologist, nephrologist and internal medicine is attending to the 82-year-old Ayodhya mahant.
Ayodhya district magistrate Anuj Kumar Jha told TOI that Mahant’s Covid test was conducted whose report came negative. The seer had been admitted to the Shriram hospital in Ayodhya on Sunday evening.
In August, Das was diagnosed with Covid-19 and was admitted to Medanta Gurgaon. He was discharged in the first week of September.

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