Jayalalithaa completely recovered, to return home soon: AIADMK

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa has completely recovered and according to an AIIMS expert team will "soon" return home after over two months of hospitalisation, ruling AIADMK said today. "The AIIMS doctors visited the hospital
File Photo of Jayalalithaa - India TV
India TV Politics Desk Chennai December 04, 2016 19:34 IST

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa has completely recovered and according to an AIIMS expert team will "soon" return home after over two months of hospitalisation, ruling AIADMK said today.

"The AIIMS doctors visited the hospital yesterday and after examining her (Jayalalithaa's) health, they shared the good news with us that Amma (meaning mother as Jayalalithaa is fondly called by AIADMK cadres) has completely recovered," party spokesperson C Ponnaiyan told reporters.

The team, comprising Dr G Khilnani, Professor, Department of Pulmonology Medicine, Dr Anjan Trikha, Professor of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care and Dr Nitish Nayak, Professor, Department of Cardiology, has been visiting the hospital regularly ever since the 68-year-old AIADMK supremo was admitted on September 22.

Ponnaiyan said the Chief Minister was doing "physical exercises" and undergoing "physiotherapy", was eating food on her own and advising officers on issues related to government and party activities.

"Currently, she is undertaking physical exercises as she has been in hospital for more than 60 days. Specialists from Mount Elizabeth hospital (Singapore) are also providing physiotherapy to her. She will return home soon", he said.

Jayalalithaa was hospitalised on September 22 after she complained of fever and dehydration. The hospital, which had been issuing bulletins on her health status, has said she was being treated for infection.

 

Apollo Hospitals Chairman Dr C Prathap Reddy had recently said that Jayalalithaa was in good health and was speaking using a valve attached to the tracheotomy tube.

 

(With PTI inputs)

 
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