Jayalalithaa's Death: Madras High Court judge says there are some doubts

As conspiracy theories loom over the AIADMK leader's death, the Madras High Court is hearing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) asking the appointment of a judicial commission to investigate the death of the former CM

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The Madras High Court on Thursday expressed its doubts over the death of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, saying the death was quick and there was no medical report on her long illness.

"Media has raised a lot of doubts. Personally, I also have doubts in Jayalalithaa's death," Justice Vaidyalingam of the Madras High Court said about the December 5 demise of Amma.

"When she was admitted to the hospital, it was said that she was on a proper diet. At least after her death now, truth should be revealed," he added.


As conspiracy theories loom over the AIADMK leader's death, the Madras High Court is hearing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) asking the appointment of a judicial commission to investigate the death of the former CM.



AMMA LOYALIST EXPRESSES DOUBTS OF A MURDER

Jayalalithaa loyalist Shihan Hussaini has accused that she was killed. He wants her body to disentombed and an autopsy conducted on it.

Hussaini alleges Sasikala's husband M Natarajan of the "murder" of Amma and terms him the "mastermind". He has a party floated on her name.

The PIL cites a Calcutta High Court ruling appointing a judicial commission to unearth the mystery behind Netaji Subhash  Chandra Bose's death.