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Jaya probe panel visits Apollo Hospital

The team inspected the second floor where the late chief minister had undergone treatment in Critical Care Unit/Intensive Care Unit ward and room number 2008.

Published: 30th July 2018 02:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th July 2018 02:59 AM   |  A+A-

Justice Arumughasamy commission

The panel of Arumughasamy Commission visiting the emergency room in Apollo Hospitals in the city where late J Jayalalithaa was given treatment | Express

By Express News Service

CHENNAI:A team of advocates of the Jayalalithaa death probe commission visited the Apollo Hospitals on Sunday.The counsels appearing for the Justice Arumughasamy commission - Niranjan Rajagopalan and S Parthasarathy, two advocates of Sasikala, the Secretary to the commission and one photographer - visited the hospital. They were assisted by doctors and counsel during their 90-minute visit between 7 pm and 8.30 pm.

Also read: Apollo hospital room where Jayalalithaa was admitted to be inspected

They inspected the second floor where the late chief minister had undergone treatment in Critical Care Unit/Intensive Care Unit ward and room number 2008, and its passage and nursing room inside the ward and glass room.

The doctors identified the places and informed the panel about the locations where government duty doctors and secretaries were stationed and other important places where Apollo doctors met the officials.
The advocates also visited the third floor where V K Sasikala and her family members stayed and took the photographs of hospital.

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