SP’s Gorakhpur LS seat candidate Kajal Nishad hospitalised


PTI, Apr 8, 2024, 8:52 AM IST

Kajal Nishad being taken to hospital. (Credit: X/@yasarshah_SP)

Gorakhpur (UP): The Samajwadi Party candidate from Gorakhpur Lok Sabha constituency Kajal Nishad was rushed to a private hospital in Lucknow after her health deteriorated on Sunday.

“She was experiencing some issues with her blood pressure and heart. We are taking her to Lucknow,” Kajal’s husband Sanjay Nishad told reporters here.

Kajal Nishad (41) is in the fray against actor and sitting BJP MP Ravi Kishan Shukla from the high-profile Gorakhpur seat.

Kajal is a popular TV actress and has worked in various daily soaps, including Lapataganj.

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