Former defence minister AK Antony is said to be in stable condition following a brain stroke, the doctors said today.The 76-year-old Member of Parliament and senior Congress leader was admitted to the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital on Wednesday.”He had suffered a mild brain stroke following which he was brought here. His condition is stable at present, and no surgery is required at the moment,” a senior doctor of the hospital said.Antony, who is from Kerala, was the defence minister in the previous UPA government. He served in that position for seven-and-a-half years, the longest stint so far for an Indian defence minister.The former Kerala chief minister was admitted to the Centre-run hospital after he “suffered a minor brain haemorrhage” when he fell down in his house, a hospital doctor, who did not wish to be named, had said yesterday.
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Former defence minister AK Antony suffers brain stroke, doctors say condition stable