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Nirmala Sitharaman has been admitted in a private ward of All India Institute of Medical Sciences.

Nirmala Sitharaman, the Union Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs. She was brought to AIIMS on December 26 with symptoms of viral fever and is now making a full recovery.
The 63-year-old was checked into a private wing of the hospital about lunchtime for a routine checkup, according to ANI.
The 63-year-old minister’s hospitalisation occurs just one month before the nation’s budget will be presented, which is a critical time period.
Nirmala Sitharaman, the minister of finance
She is in Chennai on Saturday to attend the Tamil Nadu Dr MGR Medical University’s 35th annual convocation. The finance minister stated that there was a clear need to enhance Tamil as a language.
On Sunday, the finance minister visited Sadaiv Atal in New Delhi to pay floral respects to the late Atal Bihari Vajpayee on the occasion of his birthday.
Sitharaman’s status is currently stable, according to Reuters. Nothing major, she is okay on the condition of anonymity, the insider stated.

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In a speech to the Parliament last week,
Sitharaman discussed the subject of inflation and stated that the government was monitoring price increases. Which she claimed were now “extraneous” due to the cost of fuel and fertiliser.
She stated that WPI-based inflation had dropped to a 21-month low in response to a discussion on Supplementary Demands for Grants in the Rajya Sabha.
Sitharaman added that the increase in private investment Capex in the nation is a result of the many PLI programmes the Center has started. She added that the need for additional funding is crucial for ensuring food security. Meeting the demand for fertiliser, and bolstering the economy.
Additionally, Sitharaman told the upper House that in March 2022, the total NPAs for banks reached a six-year low of 5.9%. She claimed that in order to prevent recessionary trends. The government’s approach to the Coronavirus pandemic helped to revive economic growth.

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