Hadi’s condition stable, moved to regular ward from CCU

PAS vice-president Amar Nik Abdullah says the Marang MP is still undergoing treatment and is being closely monitored by doctors.

(FMT) – PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang is now in a stable condition and has been moved to a regular ward after being hospitalised recently.

PAS vice-president Amar Nik Abdullah said the Marang MP was transferred to a regular ward today after having been warded in the coronary care unit (CCU) for a few days, Sinar Harian reported.

“His condition has improved and he has been transferred to a regular ward. However, he is still undergoing treatment and is being closely monitored by doctors,” he was quoted as saying.

Amar said visitors were not allowed as Hadi needed time to recover.

Yesterday, Hadi’s son, Khalil took to Facebook with a post about his father’s health. He said it was deteriorating and that his father was receiving treatment at a hospital in Kuala Terengganu, and asked for the people to pray for him.

According to Khalil, his father was not well when he attended the launch of the Terengganu PAS Youth election machinery in Marang on June 27, but still insisted on attending the event.

Though Khalil did not mention the nature of the illness, Amar’s comment on Hadi being first warded in the CCU suggests it was heart-related.

Previously, Hadi, who is the Perikatan Nasional deputy president, had been admitted to the National Heart Institute (IJN) several times for treatment.