Actress and BJP MP Kirron Kher is affected by myeloma , a kind of blood cancer, and is currently undergoing treatment in Mumbai. Chandigarh BJP president and Kirron's colleague, Arun Sood revealed an equivalent at a news conference on Wednesday (March 31). Sood further added that the 68-year-old Bollywood actor-turned-politician is recovering after her treatment for the disease started last year. Anupam Kher, Kirron Kher's husband also took to Twitter to verify the news.
Putting an end to all or any the rumours circulating on the online , Anupam Kher shared a note on Twitter confirming that Kirron Kher has been diagnosed with blood cancer and is undergoing treatment. The statement, that was released on behalf of his son Sikander and him, reads, "Just in order that the rumours aren't getting the higher of a situation Sikander and that i would really like to tell everyone that Kirron has been diagnosed with myeloma , a kind of blood cancer. She is currently undergoing treatment and that we are sure she is going to begin of this stronger than before. We are very blessed that she is being taken care of by an outstanding set of doctors. She's always been a fighter and takes things head on."
"She's all heart and that is why she has numerous folks that love her. So keep sending your like to her in your prayers and in your heart. She is well on her thanks to recovery and that we thank everyone for his or her support and love. Anupam and Sikander (sic)," he added.
But it had been Arun Sood who first confirmed the news. Speaking at a news conference , Arun Sood had said, “She had suffered a broken left arm at her Chandigarh house on Veterans' Day last year. After her medical tests at Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) in Chandigarh, she was diagnosed with myeloma . The disease had spread to her left arm and right shoulder. For treatment she had to travel to Mumbai on December 4.”
Arun Sood also said that Kirron is currently recovering and though she isn't admitted to Mumbai's Kokilaben Hospital anymore, she does need to visit the hospital for normal treatment. “Even though she is recovering after her four-month treatment and not admitted at Kokilaben Hospital, Mumbai, she has got to visit the hospital regularly for treatment," he said.