Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalithaa is likely to back home soon from Chennai's Apollo hospital where she she has been admitted since September 22, due to lung infection.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalithaa is likely to back home soon from Chennai’s Apollo hospital where she she has been admitted since September 22, due to lung infestion. A senior party leader had yesterday said that Jayalalithaa was doing fine and there was nothing to worry about.
Ever since she was admitted, informations on her treatment has not been issued much due to which many rumours are on air.
The last bulletin on the chief minister , which was issued on October 10 by the hospital authorities , was endorsed by the state government.
In its earlier bulletins, Jayalalithaa was reported to be doing well and in the last bulletin it informed that Jayalaithaa was being regularly monitored and was under observation. Apollo Hospital and state government have maintained silence about the CM’s health.
Currently, all her portfolios are being handled by her confidante and state finance minister O Panneerselvam. Yesterday the state cabinet had hold a meeting, which Pannerselvam chaired with a photo of Jayalithaa in front of him.
Considering that she is recovering from her illness, she is likely to be released from the hospital soon, a TV report has said.
Ever since she was admitted, there is n body to file complaints from commoners in the state capital, as most of them as most of them have been tasked in the hospital.
After she was admitted, several political leaders including the DMK’s MK Stalin, BJP chief Amit Shah, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, Kerala governor P Sathasivam, Kerala chief minister P Vijayan visited her among host of other dignatries.