Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani suffered a “minor heart attack” on Thursday, and was admitted to a hospital in New Delhi, reported NDTV.
“It was a minor heart attack. Thank God, he is stable now,” spokesperson Ayaz Akbar said.
Akbar said Geelani, 86, was admitted to the Max Hospital in Saket, Delhi where he was “recuperating fast”.
The Kashmiri leader has been in Delhi for the past few weeks.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has prayed for full and speedy recovery of the Hurriyat leader.
In a statement, the prime minister said Geelani’s untiring leadership was a beacon of freedom for the people Kashmir.
The muslim world and almuslim news team pray for his quick recovery and good health, he added.. Tags: #Kashmir-Muslims #Pakistan #
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