AIIMS had deployed a team of senior specialists to visit Chennai five times when Jayalalithaa was being treated at Apollo.

AIIMS hands over Jayalalithaas health report to TN governmentPTI/file photo
news Jayalalithaa Monday, March 06, 2017 - 15:41

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on Monday handed over to the Tamil Nadu government the reports regarding the five visit made by its specialists to Chennai to give expert advise when former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa was hospitalised prior to her death.

"AIIMS handed over the five visit reports regarding the health condition of Late Hon'ble Chief Minister Tamil Nadu to Government of Tamil Nadu," said an official statement.

According to the authorities, the papers were handed over by V Srinivas, AIIMS Deputy Director (Administration), to J. Radhakrishnan, Principal Secretary of Tamil Nadu's health department.

Jayalalithaa was declared dead at Apollo Hospital on December 6. She was admitted to the hospital on September 22 with fever and dehydration.

At the request of Tamil Nadu government for expert medical advise, the AIIMS had deployed a team of senior specialists to visit Chennai five times between October 5, 2016 and December 6, under the leadership of G.C. Khilnani, Professor in the Department of Pulmonology. 

The Tamil Nadu government had requested AIIMS on March 5, 2017 for handing over the visit notes of the AIIMS delegation to Chennai for their official records. 

The Tamil Nadu government is likely to release a press statement on the same later on Monday evening.


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