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The hospital issued a statement, saying Maurya has problems related to blood pressure and would remain under observation today.
The hospital said Maurya would be discharged tomorrow.
Maurya is being considered as one of the front-runners for the chief minister's post after the BJP and its allies rallied to a landslide win in 325 out of the state's 403 constituencies.
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