Twist in Jayalalithaa's death: Former TN speaker claims she was pushed by someone at home

Former speaker of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly PH Pandia said, "Jayalalithaa was pushed by someone at home. Then she collapsed and was taken to hospital."

Soon after the doctors addressed media on Tamil Nadu’s Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa’s death on February 6, ex-AIADMK leader and former speaker of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly PH Pandian has made some shocking revelation about the demise of former Chief Minister of the state Jayalalithaa.

While addressing the media Pandian said, “Jayalalithaa was pushed by someone at home. Then she collapsed and was taken to the hospital.”  adding that she was hospitalized to avoid the suspicion.

“Sasikala Natarajan did not even grieve Jayalalithaa’s death,” Pandian added. Pandian has also strongly opposed Sasikala Natarajan on becoming Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. He further claimed that Jayalalithaa had told him that she did not want Sasikala Natarajan to be the Chief Minister.

On the other hand, AIADMK has claimed Pandian’s remark are untrue. Meanwhile, another AIADMK member refuted all the allegations saying that his fellow party member had only created confusion.

“Press conference addressed by one of our leaders was to create confusion, he could have approached our party forums,” said AIADMK leader PS Ramachandran. While another party leader KA Sengottaiyan accused Pandian of creating confusion despite his five family members are privileged with party posts.

Earlier, doctors cleared the air over Amma’s death. London’s Doctor Richard Beale told media that, “complication not conspiracy has killed Amma. Her health declined unexpectedly.”

“Best treatment was given to Amma, but she suffered with severe diabetes and had sepsis when in ICU. She suffered infection which led to organ failure,” Beale added.

Beale asserted that, “No political pressure was made on addressing the media. Rumours were being spread and releasing snaps would have invaded the privacy. ”

Another doctor confirmed that the politician was conscious when she signed off on an election document.

Jayalalithaa’s thumb imprint on that document only served to fuel more speculation that she was not conscious. Many skeptics, including the opposition DMK, took to demanding proof that the Chief Minister was in fine health.

Opposing Chinnamma as TM’s Chief Minister DMK leader TKS Elangovan said, “One thing is clear that there’s no coordination between government and AIADMK party for fixing the date for swearing-in.”

“Governor accepted resignation of O.Panneerselvam, that means he has to swear in Sasikala Natarajan, there’s no alternative”, he added