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Bengaluru: Former CM SM Krishna hospitalised

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Udupi: Former Chief Minister S. M. Krishna was admitted to a private hospital on Sunday September 25 with an acute respiratory infection.

“Shri S M Krishna is admitted in Manipal hospital, airport road Bengaluru. He has acute respiratory tract infection,” Manipal Hospital said in a statement.

“He is on minimal respiratory support and in a cheerful frame of mind. His health status is being monitored by Health Minister Dr. K. Sudhakar,” it further added.

From October 11, 1999, to May 28, 2004, Krishna served as States’s 16th Chief Minister.

Between 2009 to 2012, he was the External Affairs Minister and Maharashtra’s Governor under the Manmohan Singh-led United Progressive Alliance. Later, in 2017, he joined the BJP.

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