- A team of doctors assessed Atal Bihari Vajpayee's health today
- They will decide on whether and when to discharge him
- Sources say the former Prime Minister is in a stable condition
The 93-year-old, admitted to hospital on Monday morning, is stable and on injectable antibiotics, says his latest medical bulletin.
This morning, after a team of doctors assessed his health, the hospital said in a statement: "He will continue to be in hospital till the infection is controlled."
He went through dialysis yesterday. The entire corridor of the first-floor ICU has been cordoned off and only patients' attendants or relatives are being allowed after checks.
Sources say doctors want to carry out tests that they say have not been done for the past two years before Mr Vajpayee is allowed to go home.
Late last night, the hospital said in a statement that the former PM's condition was stable and many tests were being carried out.
Sources say he is in the VIP coronary care unit.
The treatment is being monitored by Randeep Guleria, the director of AIIMS or All India Institute of Medical Sciences and the doctor who was Mr Vajpayee's personal physician for over three decades.
Concerned about the health of Shraddheya Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji. We pray for his speedy recovery!- Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis) June 12, 2018
आमचे मार्गदर्शक श्रद्धेय श्री अटलबिहारी वाजपेयीजी यांच्या प्रकृतीत लवकरात लवकर सुधारणा होवो, यासाठी आम्ही सारे प्रार्थना करीत आहोत.
A BJP worker performed a "havan" or ritual outside one of the gates of the hospital to praying for the former PM's recovery.
Mr Vajpayee, the first non-Congress PM to complete a five-year term, has been away from public life since 2009, and has not been seen leaving his home in Delhi.
In 2009, the BJP patriarch was admitted to hospital just 48 hours before a party leadership meeting in Nagpur. That was when he stepped away from active politics.
Mr Vajpayee, one of the BJP's tallest leaders, ruled the country for 13 days in 1996, 13 months in 1998 and for almost six years from 1999.