Salahuddin stable but remains in critical condition


KUALA TERENGGANU: Datuk Seri Salahuddin Ayub is stable but remains in critical condition after a successful surgery at Hospital Sultanah Bahiyah (HSB) in Alor Setar.

Health Minister Dr Zaliha Mustafa said she would be visiting Salahuddin on Sunday (July 23) to check on his recovery.

"His condition is stable but quite critical and we are praying for his health. Yesterday's surgery was a success and we are monitoring his condition in the intensive care unit (ICU)," she told reporters after launching the state-level "Madani Afiat and One Hour Malaysia Clean-Up" programme at Perumahan Rakyat Padang Hiliran here on Sunday.

The Domestic Trade and Cost of Living Minister's press secretary Syakirin Husnal had said that Salahiddin was rushed to HSB at 10.15pm on Friday (July 21) after experiencing nausea and vomiting, before it was confirmed he had suffered brain haemorrhage and underwent immediate surgery.

In ALOR SETAR, Salahuddin's daughter Siti Fatihah said doctors had advised that only family members are allowed to visit her father.

"My family appreciates all the support and prayers. I would like to ask everyone to continue praying for my father's well-being," she said in a statement. – Bernama

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