Joshi was the first Shiv Sena CM for four years (1995-1999) when the party bagged power in alliance with Bharatiya Janata Party.
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Joshi’s condition is stable but continues to need critical management
Former Lok Sabha Speaker and ex-Chief Minister of Maharashtra Manohar G. Joshi was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai. His condition is stable but continues to need critical management, the hospital said.
Joshi, 86, was taken to the Hinduja Hospital in Mahim and is in the ICU.
“Manohar G. Joshi has been admitted at PD Hinduja Hospital on May 22 in an emergency in semicoma, breathing on his own, not on ventilator. He has complications from a brain tumour. He is currently in the ICU, being managed medically. He is stable, but continues to need critical management,” PD Hinduja Hospital & Medical Research Centre, Mumbai said in a hospital.
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