New Delhi: With the undulating smog over news about Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's health, a former member of the AIADMK has raised concerns that someone might try to steal signature of the ailing Chief Minister to try and come into power.
In a letter addressed to the state Governor C Vidyasagar Rao, Sasikala Pushpa has raised concerns that someone might try to grab power by forging the signature of Jayalalithaa. "It is feared that some people around TAMIL NADU CHIEF MINISTER, now hospitalized may forge her signature to nominate a deputy general secretary to AIADMK and to run the Government also," wrote Sasikala.
Jayalalithaa has been undergoing treatment at the Apollo Hospitals in Chennai for various ailments. Many political leaders have visited her at the hospital and have prayed for her speedy recovery.
However, there is a growing consternation regarding the absence of Jayalalithaa from politics which has resulted in a big vacuum in Tamil Nadu. Political parties are demanding answers about her health and have sought for removal of the shroud covering her health.