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Telangana: Former Chief Minister KCR Undergoes Successful Hip Surgery After Fall At Farmhouse

A statement issued by Yasodha Hospital, where the BRS chief was admitted earlier on Thursday, said that KCR fell in his bathroom and sustained a left hip fracture, which will need replacement.

Former Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao being taken to surgery
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Former Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao underwent a successful hip replacement surgery on Saturday which took place following a fall at his farmhouse a day before. According to the doctors, the former chief minister is likely to be discharged from the hospital in two to three days.

BRS' statement

Taking to X, the Bharat Raksha Samithi (BRS) wrote, “KCR's hip bone replacement surgery was completed under the guidance of Yashoda doctors. The doctors who released the health bulletin revealed that the surgery performed on KCR was a success. They said that his body responded well to the surgery. As the operation was successful, KCR was shifted from the operation theatre to the general room. Doctors said that it will take another 6 to 8 weeks for KCR to recover fully.”

"Former CM of Telangana and BRS party national leader KCR's hip replacement surgery is successful. In almost one-and-a-half hours, the doctors performed the most critical surgery. As for the reports of the doctors, the surgery was very successful," BRS leader Dasoju Sravan said.

"They're very confident that in about 2 to 3 days, he will be discharged and, because of the blessings of the 4 crore population of Telangana, and also the almighty blessings, his operation was successful. We are hopeful that within about 6 to 8 weeks, we will be back in action in the service of Telangana, in the service of the people of Telangana," the BRS leader added.

What did the hospital say?

A statement issued by Yasodha Hospital, where the BRS chief was admitted earlier on Thursday, said that KCR fell in his bathroom and sustained a left hip fracture, which will need replacement.

"Kalvakuntla Chandrashekhar Rao Garu had a slip and fall in his bathroom at his residence and was subsequently brought to Yashoda Hospital for further care. On evaluation, including CT scans, he was found to have a left hip fracture [Extracapsular Neck of femur fracture). He would require left hip replacement for the same and the usual course of recovery for such cases is expected to be six to eight weeks," the hospital said in a statement. 

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