Sasikala diagnosed with respiratory infections; condition stable, says the hospital

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The former General Secretary of AIADMK, Sasikala who was earlier admitted in hospital on account of her breathing illness; the hospital has now released an official statement describing her condition stable and was affected by acute respiratory infections.

Reduction in oxygen level than normal

The doctor have said that she has been affected by Severe Acute Respiratory Infections (SARI) and is now stable. She is expected to get released within 2-3 days max, says the hospital. Also, TTV Dhinakaran, her nephew and pres. Of the AMMK had said that she was earlier sent to the prison clinic and later was rushed to the hospital after noticing severe loss of oxygen than regular level.

4 years imprisonment

Sasikala, who was a close comrade and aide to the former CM of Tamil Nadu Jayalalitha; was sentenced to 4 years of prison on asset disproportionate case and is all set to get released by 27th January. She was also asked to pay a fine of 10 crore which she had earlier paid.

Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI)

With this current situation, her heath has a taken a sudden toll as she had sudden respiratory illness yesterday and was taken to the prison clinic. From there she was later rushed to the nearby hospital as her condition grew severe.

Stable now

Almost after an entire day of silence, the hospital finally took to release the official word to the public where they mentioned that she had SARI and was stable then.

Risen eyebrows

Sasikala who is a major face in the political face of the state, has all the powers to shift the entire working and strategical methods of the ruling party over hear and currently her illness has risen a few eyebrows.

What do you think will happen if Sasikala reenters TN? Will she gain her old position once again?

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