Authorities at the treatment centre, Perumbayil Mana, said Tharoor is unlikely to meet the media today as his fortnight long course for "overall physical wellness" would be over only
on Friday.
"Normally, we don't allow patients under treatment here to meet visitors and engage themselves in long conversation before the course of treatment is over. His treatment will be over tomorrow. After that it is for him to decide what he should do," Saji Kurup, MD of the resort said.

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Kurup said Tharoor is being attended by a panel of doctors and is undergoing an ayurvedic course for physical wellness.
"He is cheerful and spends his time after the course of treatment in writing a book," he said.

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Media persons, including those from national channels, have descended on the area in the wake of the new development seeking a direct interaction with him for getting his reaction.

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