Fake news of Jayalalithaa’s death creates trouble at Apollo hospital

Photo of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa.

Chennai: The fake news spread by the South Indian based Sun Television about the sudden death of the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa cased lots of trouble among the people outside the Apollo Hospitals in Chennai today.

On other hand the hospital administration has denied any such reports of the Sun TV.

After the Sun TV reports spread about the death of Jayalalithaa her thousands of supporters gathered outside the Apollo hospital tried to break into the complex along with some AIADMK party workers were pushed back by police.

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Many others people started crying as they were unable to check their emotions. There were loud cries of “Amma, Amma!”

Managing Director of Apollo Hospitals, Sangita Reddy twitted on her account, “A large number of doctors from Apollo and AIIMS continue to provide all life saving measures.”

Doctors of the Apollo hospital said Jayalalithaa, 68, who suffered a cardiac arrest on Sunday evening, was in very critical condition.

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