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Watch: BJP's Pragya Thakur carried to plane, airlifted to Mumbai over ill health

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Watch: BJP's Pragya Thakur carried to plane, airlifted to Mumbai over ill health

Watch: BJP's Pragya Thakur carried to plane, airlifted to Mumbai over ill health

Bharatiya Janata Party leader Pragya Thakur was carried to a plane and airlifted to Mumbai after complaining of ill health.

She was reportedly admitted to Kokilaben hospital after experiencing breathing difficulty.

The Bhopal MP had reportedly been taken to AIIMS Delhi in February 2021 with similar issues.

Watch the full video for more.


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