Anna fit, leaves hospital
Gurgaon: Social activist Anna Hazare was discharged from a Gurgaon hospital where he was admitted last week with a complaint of acidity, cough and weakness, a doctor said.
Hazare, 75, was admitted to Medicity Medanta hospital Friday.
"A team of doctors, led by Dr Naresh Trehan, was treating Hazare. The septuagenarian was declared fit and healthy on Monday and was discharged from hospital." K.L. Sehgal, a doctor at the hospital, told IANS.
Hazare was the face of the India Against Corruption movement which was launched in December 2010.
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