Milkha Singh’s status as India’s greatest runner is constantly improving. Milkha has been admitted to the ICU of Chandigarh’s PGIMR Hospital after the oxygen level fell. His wife and former captain of the Indian women’s volleyball team, Nirmal Kaur, is also facing a tough fight with Kovid-19. Milkha, popularly known as Flying Sikh, was first admitted to Fortis Hospital in Mohali after being diagnosed with COVID-19 positive and at the request of the family after his condition was stabilized.
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Hospital spokesman Ashok Kumar said: “There is a steady improvement in the condition of legendary runner Milkha Singh, who has been admitted to the ICU since June 3 for Kovid-19 treatment. By all of their medical standards, their condition on June 6 was better than the previous day. It is worth noting that on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi telephoned Milkha to inquire about his health. Speaking to Milkha, Modi expressed hope that he will soon recover and bless the athletes participating in the Tokyo Olympics.
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Milkha Singh won gold medals at the 1958 and 1962 Asian Games. He represented India at the 1956 Summer Olympics, the 1960 Rio Olympics, and the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo. Milkha Singh has also been awarded the Padma Shri.