Even after the death of Late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa now a new twist has come out as the continues to make waves, this time a prodigal ‘son’ has returned to claim his ‘mother’s’ property.
According to a report, a man named Krishnamurthy from Erode in Tamil Nadu has filed a report, of claiming that he is the only son of Jayalalithaa.
He also lodged a complaint alleging that his mother (Jayalalithaa) was killed.
Krishnamurthy alleged that he had visited Jayalalithaa at Poes Garden on September 14th, 2016 and stayed with her for four days.
“My mother wanted to introduce me as her son to the world and knowing this, an argument broke out between her and Sasikala. She pushed my mother down the stairs on 22nd September and killed her,” Reports Said.
Sasikala, the acting general secretary of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIDMK) and a close aide of Jayalalithaa, was with the former Chief Minister right up until the day she died on December 5, 2016, at the age of 68 after a 75-day battle at the hospital.
After Jayalalithaa’s death, the party’s general council unanimously appointed her as the chief of AIADMK.
This isn’t the first time Jayalalitha’s mysterious death has come under question, O Panneerselvam, former Tamil Nadu chief minister staged a day-long hunger strike earlier this month demanding a CBI inquiry into the deceased party chief’s death alleging that there were many gaps and unanswered questions in reports released by the state government, and doctors of Chennai’s Apollo hospital and Delhi’s AIIMS, who treated former chief minister Ms. Jayalalithaa during her 75-day stay in hospital.
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Krishnamurthy has also claimed that he lived with Jayalalithaa’s friend, Vanithamani’s house and had visited Jayalalithaa at Poes Garden in September 2016, days before she was admitted to the Apollo hospital.
Krishnamurthy was seen displaying what looked like a photoshopped picture showing him standing next to Jayalalithaa as ‘proof‘ of his claim.