Former Chhattisgarh chief minister Ajit Jogi continues to be critical and on the life-supporting system, doctors said on Tuesday.
Neurological activities of Jogi is “almost nil” and he remains in a coma. Doctors now have started “audio therapy” by making him listen to his favourite songs on earphones but no success yet in this experiment too.
“The condition of Jogi remained very critical and he is still in a coma,” said Dr Sunil Khemka, Medical Director of the hospital.
“Functioning of Jogi’s heart, blood pressure and urine output remained under control,” he added.
Ajit Jogi suffered a massive cardiac arrest on May 9 and later admitted at Sree Narayana hospital.
Bureaucrat turned politician, Jogi, aged 74 had served as the first chief minister of Chhattisgarh from November 2000 to November 2003 in then Congress government.