1. Major setback for Sasikala and AIADMK? Madras High Court Judge raises ‘doubt’ over Jayalalithaa’s death

Major setback for Sasikala and AIADMK? Madras High Court Judge raises ‘doubt’ over Jayalalithaa’s death

In an unexpected and a rather shocking twist, a Madras High Court Judge has been reported by India Today TV channel as saying, "I have my own doubts about Jayalalithaa's death. Why was her health kept a secret? Truth should be revealed now."

By: | Updated: December 29, 2016 11:55 AM
The secrecy over Jayalalithaa's health updates was a cause of much public outrage and has been expressed openly by the people of Tamil Nadu, adding to the boiling pot of political speculation as to whether Sasikala's niece Deepa should be brought in to lead the party. (Reuters) The secrecy over Jayalalithaa’s health updates was a cause of much public outrage and has been expressed openly by the people of Tamil Nadu, adding to the boiling pot of political speculation as to whether Sasikala’s niece Deepa should be brought in to lead the party. (Reuters)

In an unexpected and a rather shocking twist, a Madras High Court Judge has been reported by India Today TV channel as saying, “I have my own doubts about Jayalalithaa’s death. Why was her health kept a secret? Truth should be revealed now.”

Actress Gautami had also raised several concerns in an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, hinting that there needs to be a probe to investigate who had taken the decisions pertaining to Jayalalithaa’s treatment at the Apollo Hospital. However, the actress did not name Sasikala Natarajan at any point of time.

The secrecy over Jayalalithaa’s health updates was a cause of much public outrage and has been expressed openly by the people of Tamil Nadu, adding to the boiling pot of political speculation as to whether Sasikala’s niece Deepa should be brought in to lead the party.

However, rumours were quickly put to rest as the nation witnessed how Sasikala and her entire family flocked together at Jayalalithaa’s funeral. To the general public and all political parties, it brought back memories of how Jayalalithaa herself had once stood behind MGR’s body in 1987 and later taken the fight to the masses, pitching herself as MGR’s political heir and she scripted history thereafter.

Now the Madras High Court judge’s observations have come as a shocking twist to the speculations around Jayalalithaa’s death.

Will truth finally come out in the open? Lets wait and watch!

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    kameswara rao
    Dec 29, 2016 at 7:14 am
    This is the question, a common man is faced with. At a time when the legal and judicial systems in India are hardly approachable to a common man, the Hon'ble Judge has proved that the legal system's ears and eyes are open to the society around, and the system is silently observing, waiting for a right time. It is very strange that a handful of coterie around had managed the show, not letting even the Hon'ble Governor (first citizen of the State) meet or see Madam Jayalalitha. When several crores of public money are spent on "treatment", why should the tax-payers be kept in the dark? In addition, people behind this so-called "dramatic" hush-up should also be pulled up and penalised, to set a good example. Hail-o Judicial System in India !!
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