DCW chief Swati Maliwal put on intravenous fluids, condition stable

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Updated: December 15, 2019 3:48:45 PM

According to a DCW member, she was initially taken to the emergency ward of the hospital since she was unconscious.

DCW chief, Swati Maliwal, Swati Maliwal hunger strike, LNJP Hospital, Narendra Modi, Disha Bill, latest news on swati maliwalOn Sunday morning, she was taken to the LNJP Hospital after she fainted. (ANI photo)

DCW chief Swati Maliwal, who was on a hunger strike to demand capital punishment for rapists within six months of their conviction, was taken to a city hospital after she fell unconscious on Sunday morning. When Maliwal’s condition deteriorated on Saturday night, doctors advised her to go to a hospital, but she refused to budge.

On Sunday morning, she was taken to the LNJP Hospital after she fainted. According to a DCW member, she was initially taken to the emergency ward of the hospital since she was unconscious. Later when she regained consciousness, she refused to allow doctors to put her on intravenous fluids.

Maliwal was shifted to a special ward, where she was put on intravenous fluids, he said, adding that her condition was stated to be stable. He said the DCW chief’s supporters were stationed outside the hospital. Maliwal was on a hunger strike for over 10 days at the Samta Sthal near Raj Ghat.

She on Saturday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure that Disha Bill, which mandates disposal of cases of atrocities against women within 21 days and handing out the death penalty, is implemented in the entire country.

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