"Mrs Gandhi had cold and a headache. She had a medicine and started feeling uneasy in Parliament. She came here, we conducted tests... everything is normal. She left for home in her own car," a doctor at AIIMS informed.
Sonia Gandhi, 66, was taken to AIIMS from Parliament after she complained of chest pain. She had left during voting on amendments to the food security bill, a historic welfare scheme Sonia Gandhi has championed ardently. Her children Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi were with her at the hospital.
In her historic speech in the Lok Sabha on Monday, the Congress Presdient appealed to all parties to unanimously support a chance to make history by passing the food security bill that legally entitles 67 per cent of India to subsidized food.
The AIIMS spokesperson had said that she had been taken to the Intensive Care Unit as a precaution, but said there was "nothing serious" about her condition.
Sonia Gandhi left Parliament at 8:15 pm escorted by her son and Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi.