Chennai: The Apollo Hospital, where former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa was treated for nearly 75 days before her death on December 5, 2016, on Friday submitted documents pertaining to her treatment to an inquiry commission set up by the state government to investigate the matter.
According to ANI, the top management of the Apollo Hospital handed over the treatment record of Jayalalithaa, packed in two suitcases, to the one-member commission.
Earlier Justice A Arumugasamy, who is conducting the inquiry, had asked Dr Prathap Reddy, Chairman, and Ms Preetha Reddy, executive vice-chairperson, Apollo Hospitals, to provide all related documents and information regarding Jayalalithaa's treatment within 10 days.
The commission had also ordered jailed AIADMK leader VK Sasikala's advocate Raja Senthurapandian to appear before it on January 22.
On January 6, Sasikala had sought the copies of testimonies given by various witnesses against her in connection with Jayalalithaa's death.
Sasikala, who has been jailed in a multi-crore disproportionate assets case, had filed an affidavit through her lawyer Raja Senthurapandian in this regard.
Earlier on December 22, the commission had summoned Sasikala and Apollo Hospital founder-Chairman Pratap Reddy in this matter.
Jayalalithaa, popularly known as 'Amma', was taken to Chennai's Apollo hospital on September 22, 2016, and treated ...