UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s father admited in AIIMS

Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s father has been admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences after a sudden illness has worsened. Adityanath’s father Anand Singh Bisht is undergoing treatment at AIIMS located in Rishikesh. He is suffering from Liver related illness due to which he has been admitted to AIIMS. Yogi’s father lives in Panchur village of Yamakeshwar in Uttarakhand.

In the month of March this year, the health of Anand Singh Bisht too got worsened. After which he was brought from the Jollygrant Himalaya Hospital to AIIMS in Delhi. On March 12, Anand Singh Bisht was transferred to a hospital in Pauri and admitted to the Jollygrant Himalayan Hospital.

But there was also no improvement in their health, after which the doctors decided to take them to Delhi. He was brought from Delhi to AIIMS via Air Ambulance. At that time it was said that the father of the Yogi is suffering from the problem of gastro.

Anand Singh Bisht , the father of the CM Yogi Adityanath of UP, was a forest ranger in Uttarakhand. Since retiring in 1991, he used to reside in his village, and after retirement he became a “sanyasi” and changed his address too. Anand Singh Bisht had made Gorakhnath’s monastery his permanent residence.

“He had constipation and dehydration. Mr. Bisht was earlier admitted in a hospital in Dehradun and also in Delhi due to same problems. And we are cautiously examining his condition,” Professor Ravi Kant, AIIMS director, Rishikesh said.

In March 2017, when Yogi Adityanath became the Chief Minister of UP, his father Anand Singh Bisht expressed great happiness at that time. Anand Singh Bisht had said that Yogi was brilliant since childhood and wanted to serve the people.

Born in the Rajput family of Panchur village, Yogi Adityanath started teaching at a local school in Gaza, Tihri. Ajay Singh is a name in the school and college certificate. During the MSc studies in mathematics Ajay Singh Negi came to Gorakhpur.

After coming in contact with Mahant Avaidyanath of Gorakshanath Peeth, Ajay Singh Negi became a full-fledged “sanyasi”. After which, his name became Yogi Adityanath.