Due To Hectic Campaigning Navjot Sidhu On Brink Of Losing Voice - TNBCLive

Chandigarh: The government has said that the Punjab Minister Navjot Singh is on the brink of losing his voice after 17 days of intensive election campaigning and has been advised complete rest for three to five days.

On the other end, A Punjab Government release said that Punjab Local government, tourism and cultural affairs minister, who has injured his vocal cords, has left an undisclosed destination for a complete check-up and recovery.

The release later added that “Mr Navjot Singh Sidhu was on an intensive 17-day election campaign, wherein he addressed more than 70 back-to-back public meetings and the exhaustive schedule has injured his vocal cords. The doctors told him that he was on the brink of losing his voice and therefore they have suggested a complete rest for a few days.”

The release also revealed that due to the continuous travel from helicopter and plane has been detrimental to his health because of him being on embolism treatment as he had suffered a DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis). So, Mr Sidhu has undergone a series of blood tests which require evaluation and has gone to an undisclosed location for a complete checkup and recovery. After the treatment, he is being administered specialised medication along with breathing exercises and physiotherapy.

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