Indian karate expert and Jayalalithaa loyalist Shihan Hussaini, who has also appeared in a few Tamil films, today opened up about the mysterious death of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.
While addressing the media persons, Hussaini alleged that Jayalalithaa was killed and Sasikala’s husband Natarajan plotted her death.
Hussaini, made headlines on February 23, 2015 when he crucified himself to pray for Jayalalithaa’s quick return from jail.
What was being murmured cautiously until now, has now come out into the open. Questions swirl over Jayalalithaa’s illness, treatment and her death on 5 December in Apollo Hospitals in Chennai.
Though there have been many conspiracy theories over her death, the latest claim of Hussaini has sparked another row over the issue that whether she was poisoned or she died due to a cardiac arrest.
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Here are a few conspiracy theories that have been doing rounds ever since Jayalalithaa died:
- Before Hussaini’s claim, the latest addition to the group of conspiracy theories was a leaked email from a senior journalist, which quoted the Apollo management as saying that the late Chief Minister was on “wrong diabetes medicines” before being hospitalised in September.
- A 2012 report published in the Tehelka magazine had alleged that Jayalalithaa was slow poisoned. It suggested that she was given sedatives and chemical substances with small amounts of poison. The plot was allegedly made by Sasikala and was executed by a nurse appointed by her.
- If ECMO(Extra corporeal membrane oxygenation) was given to her it means that she was kept alive artificially. If yes then who gave permission to pull the plug and stop ECMO. Was this the reason behind her death?
- South star Gautami Tadimalla wrote to PM Narendra Modi for drawing his attention towards Jayalalithaa’s treatment and death.
“Her demise is all the more tragic and unsettling because of the circumstances over the past few months and the sheer volume of unanswered questions about our late Chief Minister’s hospitalisation, treatment, reported recovery and very sudden passing,” wrote Gautami, 48, alleging an information blackout.
She also asked a few questions surrounding the death which are still unanswered and are as follows:
1. Why was there secrecy and isolation of a beloved public leader and head of the Tamil Nadu government?
2. Whose authority restricted access to the late chief minister?
3. Who were the persons making the decisions about Jayalalithaa’s treatment when her health was in this delicate state?
4. Who is responsible for answering these questions to the people?