Jayalalitha latest health news: Karnataka State Transport temporarily stop bus services to Tamil Nadu after stone pelting
Chennai, Dec 5: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, continued to remain under close watch of experts at the Apollo Hospitals where she has been undergoing treatment for more than two months after she suffered a cardiac arrest yesterday. Traffic police on Monday morning blocked roads leading to Apollo hospital in Chennai to avoid traffic congestion, where Tamil Nadu CM is admitted. Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation temporarily stopped bus services to Tamil Nadu after incident of stone pelting on their bus near Tiruvannamalai.
Party workers and supporters thronged outside the Apollo hospital and prayed for her speedy recovery. Large number of AIADMK cadres, including women, waited outside the hospital. State DGP T K Rajendran yesterday asked all police personnel to remain on duty from today “until further orders”. Heavy police have been deployed outside the hospital. Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) is also on high alert to keep law and order in check.
Last night, in the wake of deteriorating health of Tamil Nadu CM, Chief Operating Officer and head of transformation of Apollo Hospitals Dr Subbaiah Viswanathan said “she is being treated and monitored by a team of experts, including cardiologists, pulmonologist and critical care specialists.”
A team of experts who are continuously monitoring the Chief Minister’s health also include Dr Richard Beale from London who has been consulted and concurred with line of treatment by our cardiologists & pulmonologists, the hospital said.
Union Minister Pon Radhakrishnan, said all BJP leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, wished for a complete recovery of Jayalalithaa. President Pranab Mukherjee and a host of leaders including DMK leader M Karunanidhi, his son and opposition leader K Stalin, Union Ministers, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Chief Ministers expressed concern over Jayalalithaa’s health condition.
After Jayalalithaa complained of fever and dehydration, she was admitted to the hospital on September 22, and later treated for infection and respiratory problem.