Former Tamil Nadu CM Late Jayalalitha’s Hospital Video Surfaces in Media

Story highlights

  • One of the TTV Dhinakaran factions released a video of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in the Apollo Hospital in Chennai
  • DMK leader M K Stalin had vowed to unfold the “mystery” behind the death of Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa who took her last breath in December last year
  • Tamil Nadu is going to face the by-poll which is being held to fill the vacancy that has been caused by the death of Jayalalithaa on December 5 last year

Just ahead of the RK Nagar by polls, In a dramatic turn of events, one of the TTV Dhinakaran factions released a video of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in the Apollo Hospital in Chennai, on Wednesday. Not to mention, Jayalalithaa’s death has been surrounded by the clouds of suspicion over the circumstances that might have lead to her demise. The suspicion was raised by several persons, including the current CM of Tamil Nadu Panneerselvam and his followers.

Screen-shot of the video released, showing late Jaylalitha in Apollo, Chennai

P Vetrivel, one of TTV Dhinakaran’s supporters, while speaking to the media on Wednesday, gave the press briefing. He said, “It is false that no one met Jayalalithaa in hospital, there’s video proof. We waited for days before releasing it but released it now as we were left with no option. Inquiry Commission hasn’t summoned us yet, if it does we’ll submit evidence to them”.

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It must be noted that about a year ago, DMK leader M K Stalin had vowed to unfold the “mystery” behind the death of Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa who took her last breath in December last year. He had also vowed to book the person involved.

Tamil Nadu is going to face the by-poll which is being held to fill the vacancy that has been caused by the death of Jayalalithaa on December 5 last year. The RK Nagar by-poll came into the compulsion after the death of former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa. Though the by-poll was earlier scheduled to happen on April 12 but was cancelled because of the allegations that sums of money were distributed in a vote-for-cash scam. Once the by-poll gets conducted, the counting of votes will be held on December 24.

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The NEI is unable to share the video in due compliance with the EC.

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