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Expelled AIADMK chief V Okay Sasikala, who’s serving a jail time period in a corruption case and has been hospitalised for Covid-19 is steady, based on the hospital the place she is present process therapy.
The signs have lowered and she or he is now steady, authorities at Victoria Hospital the place Sasikala is being handled stated on Sunday.
Her sister-in-law J Ilavarasi, who can be serving a jail time period within the corruption case, has examined optimistic for coronavirus and has been admitted to Victoria Hospital.
In a bulletin issued by Dr C R Jayanthi, the Dean and Director of the Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, which manages Victoria Hospital, stated the 66-year outdated Sasikala’s signs have lowered and her situation is steady.

“Conscious, alert and well oriented. Stable and comfortable, taking oral food normally and walking with support,” the bulletin stated.
Sasikala is being repeatedly monitored within the ICU of the hospital, Jayanthi stated.Ilavarasi, then again, is asymptomatic and steady and is with out oxygen help, hospital sources stated.
Sasikala, the previous Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa’s shut aide, who’s serving her jail time period on the Parappana Agrahara Prison right here, had complained of fever and breathlessness on Wednesday final, every week earlier than her launch.

She was shifted from the jail and admitted to the Bowring and Lady Curzon Medical College and Research Institute, also called Bowring Hospital.
Sasikala was sentenced to 4 years imprisonment in February 2017 within the ₹66 crore disproportionate property case.

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