Apollo Chairman Notices In Jayalalithaa Death Mystery
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Apollo Chairman Prathap Reddy has been served notices in Jayalalithaa’s death case. Tamil Nadu’s former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa breathed her last in Apollo Hospitals Chennai after she was hospitalized for 72 days. The latest development comes after, Retired Judge Armuga Swamy Commission (inducted to investigate the death of Jayalalithaa) wanted to interrogate Apollo Chairman Prathap Reddy regarding the medical treatment given to Jayalalithaa during her final days.
As a part of its efforts to speed up the invitation process, the commission is carrying on investigations in various angles, and have already collected crucial information from close aides of Jayalalithaa.
The latest notices served to Apollo Hospitals also demand the details about various test reports, and other treatment given to Jayalalithaa. The commission has already sent notices to Prathap Reddy and his daughter Preetha Reddy and is likely to ask Prathap Reddy to attend the investigation by serving fresh notices. Armuga Swamy Commission is planning to finish investigating Prathap Reddy within a week.