1. ‘Jayalalithaa recovering gradually, to remain under observation’

‘Jayalalithaa recovering gradually, to remain under observation’

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalithaa, who is admitted in Chennai's Apollo hospital since September 22 is progressing gradually and she is also interacting with people.

By: | New Delhi | Published: October 21, 2016 7:40 PM
 Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalithaa is admitted in Chennai's Apollo hospital since September 22.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalithaa is admitted in Chennai’s Apollo hospital since September 22.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalithaa, who is admitted in Chennai’s Apollo hospital since September 22 is progressing gradually and she is also interacting with people. As per senior officials of the Apollo Hospital on Friday, the Chief Minister is interacting & progressing gradually. They further added that the chief minister continues to be under treatment and doctors are continuously monitoring her health.

On Friday, cases have been filed against social activist for allegedly spreading false rumours on Jayalalithaa’s health.

The Chennai Police on Friday registered two separate cases against social activist K R ‘Traffic’ Ramaswamy and his assistant Fatima for allegedly spreading false rumours on health conditions of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister.

It has so far registered 58 cases against people for their posts on social media on Jayalalithaa’s health condition. Chennai Police city police have so far registered 58 cases against people for their posts on social media on Jayalalithaa’s health condition.

The Chennai Police on Friday registered two separate cases against social activist K R ‘Traffic’ Ramaswamy and his assistant Fatima for allegedly spreading false rumours on health conditions of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, who is undergoing treatment at Apollo Hospital in the state capital. Cases against Ramaswamy and his assistant have been filed, based on complaints by activist Kishore K Swamy and AIADMK worker Vijaya Raj.

So far, the city police have registered 58 cases against people for their posts on social media on Jayalalithaa’s health condition. They have also arrested eight people in the matter, the latest to be held was a shopkeeper in Tuticorin. On October 11, police enlisted private cyber experts to keep a watch on social media platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp. It also warned of stern action against those found indulging in such acts.

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