In recent news, it was reported that Tamil Nadu’s Education Minister Anbil Mahesh has been rushed and admitted to Bengaluru Hospital due to Abdominal pain. You are required to read the article for more details and information about the same. Follow us around for all the insights and fresh updates at the PKB News.
Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi Health Update
According to sources, on Saturday, the minister was near Krishnagiri when he fell sick and was later rushed to the hospital of that region, and from there he was referred to Narayana Health Hospital in Bengaluru. As for his health, he is in stable condition which was reported by the Narayana Hospital in Bengaluru. Anbil Mahesh is an Indian politician who has been serving as the Minister for School Education in Tamil Nadu and District secretary for the Tricky District South party. Moreover, he was a member of the Legislative Assembly from 2016-2021 and served as the State Secretary of DMK Youth Wing from 2014-19. As for his political career is concerned, he started his career as a party worker in the year 2000 and following that took an active part in various party activities and was appointed the Youth Wing Secretary in 2014. However, he was elected as a Member of Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly from Thiruverumbur constituency in 2016. He was again elected as MLA in May 2021 from the constituency and appointed the School Education Minister of Tamil Nadu.
Recently, on August 13, Tamil Nadu Education Minister Anbil Mahesh was admitted to a private hospital in Bengaluru on Saturday after he complained of upper abdominal pain. According to sources, the minister was near Krishnagiri on Saturday when he fell sick. Later, he was rushed to Krishnagiri Hospital, and from there he was referred to Narayana Health Hospital in Bengaluru. According to an official statement which was issued by the hospital, the minister is in stable condition. At the moment, he is under evaluation and is being managed conservatively with Fluids, and painkillers and is otherwise in a stable clinical condition.
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