Cardiac health problems of politicians

One of the reasons why few choose to become politicians in India is because they lead extremely hectic and busy lives especially if they are voted to power. They have a very erratic lifestyle, leaving their house early, meeting a large number of people, have less control over the food they are eating, and are only able to sleep for a few hours daily. While the death of MP E. Ahamed has been discussed, some other politicians have also suffered from a heart attack like the former Tamil Nadu chief minister J . Jayalalithaa at the age of 68.
In Goa, the speaker of the assembly , Vishnu wagh suffered a heart attack and was initially hospitalized at Goa Medical College. However his condition worsened and he was airlifted to Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai. It appears that he is recuperating from the cardiac problems very slowly and after a few months, he still remains in Mumbai in Hinduja Hospital and could not contest elections in Goa.
A few days ago, the media published the news that the deputy chief minister of goa, Francis Dsouza, MLA from Mapusa had also been admitted to a hospital in Bandra Mumbai for a heart related illness. An angiography will be conducted to assess the extent of his illness, which is reported to be serious but not critical. The media report indicated that the MLA may undergo angioplasty
This clearly indicates that heart problems are serious, should not be ignored and the lack of the latest treatment technology in Goa.