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Shripad Naik's health condition is better, doing well: Goa CM

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Shripad Naik's health condition is better, doing well: Goa CM

Shripad Naik's health condition is better, doing well: Goa CM

While speaking to ANI in Panaji on August 26, Chief Minister of Goa, Pramod Sawant spoke on health update of Union Minister of State (MoS) for AYUSH (Independent Charge) Shripad Naik.

He said, "Union Minister for AYUSH Shripad Naik is admitted to Manipal Hospital for last 14 days.

Today, his health condition is better.

He is doing very well." "A team of doctors from AIIMS, Delhi visited him again and said he is not required to be shifted to AIIMS, Delhi," the Goa CM added.


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