Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today visited the Yashoda Hospital in Secunderabad after experiencing some pulmonary discomfort.
Reports from the CM's office revealed that after he experienced a burning sensation in his chest, the CM went to the Yashoda Hospital for a check-up on the advice of his personal physician, Dr M V Rao.
While there, he was examined by Dr Rao, pulmonologist Dr Navneet Sagar Reddy and cardiologist Dr Pramod Kumar.
The three doctors conducted a few preliminary diagnostic tests to determine the cause of the discomfort, after which the CM returned to the Pragathi Bhavan.
He was advised to undergo a few more tests, including an MRI and a CT scan, soon to rule out any serious pulmonary complications.
Minister K T Rama Rao, MP Santosh Kumar and MLC Kavitha accompanied the CM to the hospital.
While the news may have left the supporters of the CM worried, since he had suffered a bout of ill-health and had undergone several medical tests just a few months back as well, party sources reportedly said that since he was not suffering from any serious health issues, he would be back to normal after a day or two of recuperation.
Earlier in the day, KCR had attended the oath-taking ceremony of Justice Hima Kohli, who was recently appointed the Chief Justice
of the Telangana High Court, at the Raj Bhavan.