New Delhi: The health condition of Congress President Sonia Gandhi is stable and she might be discharged in a day or two, doctors at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi said on Thursday.

“The health condition of Mrs Sonia Gandhi, who was admitted on Sunday, 7th May 2017, for food poisoning is stable. She is progressing well and may be discharged in a day or two,” Dr D.S. Rana, Chairman, Board of Management, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, said.

Earlier on November 29, 2016, Gandhi was admitted towards the same hospital soon after viral fever.

The 69-year-old frontrunner was also admitted towards the hospital on August 3, 2016, after being taken ill during a road show in Varanasi.

Earlier on Wednesday, it was reported that Gandhi had called West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee through the hospital. The TMC chief will probably be when you look at the national capital on May 16 to meet up Gandhi. If reports are to be considered, Sonia Gandhi and Mamata Banerjee are anticipated to discuss the upcoming Presidential elections, which can be scheduled for July.

She was discharged on August 14 and doctors treating her in the hospital had then said she had recovered from her illness and problems for the left shoulder and was stable.

She was again admitted to the hospital for a scheduled medical check on August 18, 2016.