After getting discharged from the hospital, the Chairman Hurriyat (G) Syed Ali Geelani is feeling better and his heath condition is improving, a party spokesman said today.
Doctors, however, have advised him of complete rest.
In a statement, Hurriyat (G) spokesman Ayaz Akbar also said that a delegation of Sikh organization, Dal Khalsa, called on Geelani and enquired about the condition of his health.
"Dal Khalsa leader Kanwarpal Singh on the occasion said the continuous house arrest of Geelani Sahab has taken toll of his health. Geelani Sahab, while talking to the Sikh youth activists, urged them to be disciplined and focused for the mission of protecting their distinct identity," the spokesman said.
Meanwhile, delegations of Jamat-i-Islami Hind and Jamiyat Ahli-Hadith Jammu and Kashmir also visited Syed Ali Geelani at his Malviya Nagar residence in New Delhi to enquire about his health condition.
"The Jamat-i-Islami group was led by Ameer Jamat and the Jamiyat delegation was headed by Moulana Abdul Lateef Al-Kendi. The delegations had detailed meeting with Syed Ali Geelani and on the occasion prayed for his good health," the spokesman said.
He, however, added that the concerned doctor has advised Geelani to stay away from meeting the people and avoid the crowded places, and has appealed the people, desirous to meet Geelani, to wait till he gets better.