Sunday, May 13, 2007

"I am well. Don't worry"

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Sunday, May 13, 2007

The Fainting PM? It's Been Officially Denied. Period.

UPDATED: Some snapshots from TV3's Nightline news at 12am.


" [...] of sleep and the heat, I'm relieved now, at first I was worried too."


Journalists bombarding him with questions...


....and more questions....

His physician, Dr Sanjiv Joshi, said everything is normal (refer to the below Bernama news).

The Sensintrovert stands by the usage of the word 'fainting'. Nobody knows (well, he denied it) whether he had fainted/collapsed.

Earlier breaking news by Rockybru here.

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The fainting PM? It's been denied. Officially. Period. Well, almost:

May 13, 2007 21:43 PM

Abdullah Says Not To Worry, He's Alright

LUMUT, May 13 (Bernama) -- "I am well. Don't worry," said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, refuting a claim spread through the Internet that he had fainted while attending a people's feast at the launching of the Hadhari Square in Teluk Batik here Sunday afternoon.

"I will continue with the programmes that been arranged for me," he told reporters here Sunday night.

"The doctor had conducted several tests on me including ECG, blood and blood pressure and these were found to be normal," added Abdullah who was examined by his personal physician Dr Sanjiv Joshi.

Earlier when presenting the keys to nine recipients of houses built under the Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club (BNBBC) community service programme, at the people's feast, Abdullah appeared to be losing balance and almost collapsed but was held by Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Tajol Rosli Ghazali and BNBBC acting chairman Datuk Raja Ahmad Zainuddin Raja Omar.

Abdullah who arrived in Perak this morning to close the BNBBC community programme, had earlier joined the BNBBC members in building homes for three families in Kampung Tanjung Burung in Ujung Pasir, Pantai Remis.

The Prime Minister continued with the gotong-royong by planting trees at Kampung Batu 4, Segari, near here, before moving on to Teluk Batik to close the community programme and join the people's feast.