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HC raises serious doubts over Jaya's death

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Now it appears to be turn of the High Court.....to raise doubts..???

HC raises serious doubts over Jaya's death

Chennai: Three weeks after the death of former chief minister and AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa, the Madras High Court today raised doubts and asked why her body cannot be exhumed.

"Media has raised a lot of doubts; personally, I also have doubts in Jayalalithaa's death," Justice S Vaidyanathan said on a petition asking for an investigation into the former chief minister's death. "When she was admitted to the hospital, it was said she was on proper diet. At least after her death now, the truth should be revealed," the judge said.

The vacation bench, comprising Justice Vaidyanathan and Justice Parthiban, hearing a PIL of AIADMK party worker P A Stalin, said: "We also saw in newspapers that the Chief Minister was recovering, and that she was eating, signing papers and even conducting meetings. And then suddenly she was dead."

Pointing out that no revenue division officer (RDO) had seen the body, neither were there any medical records furnished, the bench asked, "Why not, at least after her death, some proof was given."

The court has asked for a complete health report.

Ordering notice to the Centre, including the Prime Minister's Office, and the Tamilnadu government, the bench censured particularly the Union government for not revealing any information on the 'mystery' surrounding her death.

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