Former Kerala Chief Minister V.S.Achuthanandan was admitted to a private hospital in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday night after he said he was feeling unwell.
The veteran Communist Party of India-Marxist legislator, who turned 93 on October 20, was at home when he complained of uneasiness and was soon moved to the hospital.
Doctors attending on him said that there are no major issues and he is under observation.
According to a report in The New Indian Express, the Communist veteran was taking an evening walk at the University Stadium, when he had a minor slip. The report adds that as per sources, there was a slight variation in his blood pressure when he was taken to hospital.
Achuthanandan, who is very particular about his food habits, gets up quite early in the morning for his exercises every day.
(With IANS inputs)