Jayalalithaa is very critical, is on life support
According to reports, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Jayalalithaa is in critical condition after last evening cardiac attack. This morning a statement from Chennai’s Apollo hospital stated that the condition of Jayalalithaa is improving, but the hospital has denied it. In fact, Jayalalithaa is very critical.
In a fresh statement, the hospital has said that Jayalalithaa continues to be on an extracorporeal membrane heart assist device, a life support system that aids heart and lungs functioning.
As per reports, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Jayalalithaa, 68, is being treated and monitored by the experts Apollo hospital said in a statement. A team of four doctors from AIIMS has been sent to Chennai on Apollo’s request, Union Health Minister JP Nadda informed.
Notably, outside the hospital, hundreds of Jayalalithaa supporters have gathered and they are continuously praying for the well being of Amma.
Jayalalithaa and her health condition
She was admitted at the Apollo Hospital on September 22 and since then she is admitted there. Initially, her party informed that she had fever and dehydration, but later it was informed that she has acute lung infection and was on respiratory support.
Her party said that she is recovering and she was even directing them important decisions and had begun speaking.
Recently, doctors informed that Tamil Nadu chief minister has fully recovered and she could decide when to be discharged. But this cardiac attack has completely changed the picture.
Meanwhile, the government swung into action, as centre’s top ministers got in touch with the state governor C. Vidyas agar Rao and assured him the complete assistance of the centre.
As per reports, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh also spoke to the governor in the regard with law and order of the state and to get the assurance that the situation is under control.