As Tamil Nadu recovers from the shock of the loss of their favorite leader, AIIMS on Monday handed over the medical report by its top doctors of late Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa to the state government.
The report contains a detailed scrutiny of Jayalalithaa’s health condition by the doctors of the pinnacle institute during their five visits to Chennai. The report contains the investigation done by AIIMS Deputy Director (Administration) V Srinivas, who also cleared that the state government had yesterday sought the visit notes of the delegation for its official records. The decision of re-assessment could prove itself to be significant considering the series of controversy and doubts being raised from different quarters over the former AIADMK chief’s death on December 5. Srinivas, handed over the papers to the Principal Secretary of Health of Tamil Nadu, Dr. J Radhakrishnan, on Monday.
“On the request of the Tamil Nadu government for expert medical advice, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) had deployed a team of senior specialists to visit Chennai five times between October 5 and December 6, 2016. The team was led by Dr. G C Khilnani, Professor in the department of pulmonology,” Srinivas said.
In other news, TN government had rejected former CM O Panneerselvam claims which appeal that there have been discrepancies in Jayalalithaa’s treatment. The allegation was turned down by state Health Minister C Vijayabaskar. The opposition DMK too has approached the Madras High Court seeking a comprehensive probe into the death of Jayalalithaa.