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Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa who was dear “Amma” for everyone passed at 11.30 pm on Monday, 5th December 2016. Jayalalitha health condition has worsened and in critical condition from Sunday, 4th December 2016. Jayalalitha is presently aged 68 years and her birth date is 24 February 1948. Tamil Nadu AIADMK Party Leader, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa is in serious condition being treated in ICU of Apollo Hospital at Chennai. As per jayalalithaa health latest news she had cardiac arrest and is on extra corporeal membrane heart assist device. Team of expert doctors is treating Jayalalitha under supervision of Dr Richard John Beale from London. Another doctors team from AIMS Delhi is also expected to arrive soon.

Tamil Nadu Governor C. Vidyasagar Rao has arrived at Apollo Hospitala nd a meeting of cabinet ministers is held to discuss present situations at 12.00 am on 5th December 2016. Police forces have been deployed at all areas around Tamil Nadu. Even Kerala police is on high alert in border areas in this situation. Central Government has allowed  9 companies (900 personnel) of Rapid Action Force to be deployed at Tamil Nadu.There has been lot of news reports that agitations involving violence may out break in Tamil Nadu if Jayalalithaa passed. To overcome such problems all educational institutions in Tamil Nadu is granted holiday on Tuesday, 6th December 2016 (6-12-2016). Three days holiday for educational institutions like schools. Banks given Public holiday onTuesday, 6 December 2016. All industrial workers will be given paid holiday. Most petrol pumps are being closed to avoid attack on pumps or petrol being used to burn things around by protesters. Movie shows in all Cinema Theaters in Chennai on 5-12-2016 has been cancelled.

AIADMK party members have asked media, television channels to stop Live telecasting of news from Apollo hospital. Social media sites like Twitter, facebook are depended by people to know about updates of Jayalalitha health condition now. So what is actual Jayalalithaa health latest news from Tamilnadu is anticipated by everyone. Most news channels in Tamil Nadu, Kerala are covering breaking news about Chief Minister Jayalalithaa health condition news at present.

On Sunday, 4th December 2016, Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa suffered from cardiac arrest and suddenly taken to ICU.

From evening of 4/12/16 health condition of Jayalalithaa is very serious and she is living with support of medical devices. Jayalalitha is also being given artificial oxygen and anything could happen in this situation.

People are praying for speedy recovery of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. Few days before Tamil Nadu Elections there was reports that Jayalalitha is recovering health.

There was a letter with her finger print claiming that she is recovering health and will soon come back home. Now her health has worsened and is fighting for life at hospital.

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Doctor Richard Beale of London who was treating Jayalalitha informed everyone of this sad news on 5th December 2016 evening.

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Sun news Live Stream from Apollo Hospital

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68 years old Jayalalithaa lived for common man and did many good things for poor needy people. This was why people of Tamil Nadu loved her very much and is most respected politician after MGR.

On 5-12-16, Richard Beale said that he was sad to hear about cardiac arrest of Tami Nadu Chief minister on 4-12-2016. He said that condition of Jayalalithaa is at present extremely grave which means very serious.

Richard Beale also tells about high quality treatment being given at Apollo hospital which is equal to International treatment from anywhere in world. Best treatment available in world is given by doctors at Apollo Hospital in Chennai and by AIMS Delhi doctors.