Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital says Paras’s health condition very critical but stable


KATHMANDU: Confirming rumors on status of Nepal’s former crown prince Paras Shah as untrue, the Bangkok-based Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital has said that the health condition of Shah is very critical but stable.

Issuing a statement the hospital said, “His condition remains very critical but stable. The doctors at samitivej hospital are doing their best in his critical care manage.” Cardiologists Sayan Cheepudomwit and Parinya Kunawul, and Intensivist Kunchit Piyavechviratana have signed in the press statement.

Shah has been undergoing treatment at the hospital after a cardiac arrest on Tuesday. Similarly, Shah’s relative Dr Rajib Shahi said, “His health condition is stable. Rumors as spread in the market about Shah’s status are untrue.”

Earlier, the former crown prince’s aide Sagar Timilsina said Shah’s health condition is stable but he is still unconscious. Shah was not out of danger, Timilsina added.

Ailing Shah’s wife Himani is in Thailand, Bangkok while former King Gyanendra Shah and former queen Komal have been inquiring about the health condition of their son from Simara, Bara.