Mystery over Jayalalithaa's death increases
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Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa's death due to sudden heart attack after team of doctors certified her to be hale and health and would be discharged soon gave shock to everyone. People of Tamil Nadu couldn't come out of the shock and now mystery over Jayalalithaa's death is increasing with each passing day.
Apollo Hospital Chairman Penna Pratap Reddy's comments are increasing suspicions about Purtachi Thalaivi's death. He said there were no signs of Jayalalithaa getting heart attack and so the moment he heard about her heart attack he was shocked. He said except for two days, he was incharge of Jayalalithaa's treatment personally meeting her everyday and when he left for Hyderabad he remarked to her that she will walk with in two days.
He said however he got shock when she suffered heart attack after he returned to Chennai. Now leaked email from Apollo sources to a top news channel is increasing the mystery. Rumours are spreading that Jayalalithaa was prescribd wrong medicines for diabetes before hospitalisation.
DMK,PMK leaders demanded white paper of Jayalalithaa's treatment.What became controversy is s an email, allegedly written by senior journalist and NDTV consulting editor Barkha Dutt, to various email addresses within the private news channel. The email written by Dutt passes on information to the channel on “off record” details given to her by “one of the Apollo Reddy sisters” who form part of the management of the hospital, along with their father Pratap C Reddy.
The email mentioned “she was being given wrong medicine for diabetes… before she was brought to them…” on the 4-5 Dec night. Even NDTV staff to confirm that they received the mail from Bharka Dutt. However Pranoy Roy, founder of the channel and others didnot respond to the email.
On Dec 11th NDTV’s official Twitter handle tweeted that “Email, Twitter accounts of senior NDTV journalists have been hacked. Attempts being made to use emails out of context. We are asking relevant authorities, including courts, to take strong action.”
AIADMK leaders took serious note and asked “Please send me the copy of the email and I will get back to you,”
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