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The Roman Catholic leader, Pope Francis, was seen on a wheel chair on 5 May after announcing that he was to undergo a minor knee surgery. 


The Pope has been suffering from pain in his right knee for some time. He was wheeled into Paul VI hall in Vatican city for a meeting with mother superiors and nuns from around the globe.


Pope Francis, 85, revealed about the said surgery during an interview with Corriere della Sera on May 3 (Tuesday).


Last week, at the end of a meeting with bishops from Slovakia, the pope, seated in a chair, apologized for not being able to stand up to greet his guests.


“There is a problem, this knee doesn’t work,” he said. “I have to obey the doctor, who told me not to walk.”


This is not the first time the pope is using a wheel chair. The only difference is that he has appeared in public with it for the first time. 


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