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V.R. Krishna Iyer continues to be critical

V.R. Krishna Iyer continues to be critical

Thiruvananthapuram: Former Supreme Court judge V.R. Krishna Iyer, who was admitted to the Medical Trust Hospital here, continues to be in critical condition, said the hospital authorities.

Manu Varma, the cardiologist who is treating him at the hospital, said the centenarian is suffering from a series of health problems.

He is suffering from respiratory tract infection, acute pulmonary oedema, and acute diarrhoea.

A former Supreme Court judge, Krishna Iyer was a minister in the first communist government in Kerala and the CPI-M's candidate for the presidentship of India in 1987. He is also a civil rights activist.

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