Health ministry kept in the dark on move to Singapore

"Till quite late on Wednesday evening the update from Safdarjung had been very negative, and we left office with a sense of foreboding. However, at around 9 pm, I started getting calls that she would be shifted abroad. It is possible that the girl's worsening condition forced the government's hand but the secrecy is baffling," said a senior official.

Though Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit was among the first to suggest the idea of treatment abroad, her office too was not informed till late evening.

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