During therapy for COVID-19, medical doctors discovered his situation to be steady but additionally noticed he has neurological issues, the official mentioned.
Neurologists from the state-run J J hospital checked him on Friday and he was recognized as having delirium, a hospital official mentioned.
Delirium is an acutely disturbed way of thinking characterised by restlessness, illusions, and incoherence, occurring in intoxication, fever, and different problems.
As he required neurological and urological therapy, he was shifted to the personal Nanavati Hospital within the wee hours on Sunday, the official mentioned.
While at St George hospital, Rao responded effectively to COVID-19 therapy and his chest X-Ray and ECG have been regular, he mentioned including he additionally underwent a CT Scan.
Rao, an accused within the Elgar Parishad- Maoist hyperlinks case, was admitted to the J J Hospital on Monday and was later shifted to St George Hospital, after being examined coronavirus constructive.
Lodged within the Taloja jail in neighbouring Navi Mumbai underneath judicial custody, Rao was admitted to J J Hospital after his members of the family and a number of other writers and activists requested Maharashtra authorities to right away shift him to hospital for therapy, citing his deteriorating well being situation.
Rao’s Telangana-based members of the family had requested jail authorities to offer him speedy medical care, claiming that when he contacted them final week, he was in a “delirious state and hallucinating”.
He is behind the bars for about 22 months and had approached the particular NIA courtroom, looking for bail on medical grounds and the prevailing COVID-19 state of affairs.
On Monday, he filed two petitions within the Bombay High Court, looking for short-term bail owing to his ill-health and a course to the jail authorities to provide his medical information and admit him to a state-run or personal hospital.
Rao and 9 different activists have been arrested within the Elgar Parishad-Maoist hyperlinks case, which was initially probed by the Pune Police and later transferred to the National Investigation Agency (NIA).