Ghazal singer Jagjit Singh’s condition is stable but he continues to be critical, doctors said on Monday. Singh was admitted to the Intensive Cate Unit of Lilavati Hospital after he suffered a brain haemorrhage on Friday.
“Singh’s condition is stable. He is admitted to the ICU and is on ventilator,” said Dr Sudhir Dagaonkar, director (administration) and spokesperson of Lilavati hospital.
Singh had a clot in his brain and underwent a surgery to remove the clot. Dr Nitin Dange, consulting neurosurgeon, performed the surgery late Friday night. The 70-year old singer was suffering from high blood pressure, known to cause brain haemorrhages.