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Anupam Kher Wishes Former PM Dr Manmohan Singh A 'Very Speedy Recovery'; See Tweet

Anupam Kher took to his Twitter handle to share a caring message for Dr Manmohan Singh, who has been admitted to AIIMS in Delhi for an illness.

Anupam Kher

Anupam Kher recently shared a post wishing Dr Manmohan Singh a speedy recovery as he is currently admitted to hospital. He shared the post just a day after Dr Manhoman Singh was admitted to Delhi's All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). The former Prime Minister has been admitted due to a febrile reaction he developed because of a new medication. He is currently reported to be in a stable state and is under care at the Cardiothoracic Centre of AIIMS. 

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Anupam Kher's tweet for Dr Manmohan Singh

Anupam Kher shared a sweet and caring message for the former Prime Minister. He tweeted, “Meri prabu se prarthna hai ki purv pradhanmantri #Manmohan_Singh ji jaldi hi purna roop se swasth hokr apne ghar laautein. (I pray to the lord that former Prime Minister recovers completely and returns home). Wishing former Prime Minister #DrManmohanSingh ji a very speedy recovery”. A number of people have been sending their best wishes and praying for the recovery of Manmohan Singh via their respective social media handles.

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