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Jaya is very well, to return home soon: AIADMK

Press Trust of India  |  Chennai 

Chief Minister and supremo J Jayalalithaa, undergoing treatment at a hospital here, is back to her normal life and would return home soon, the party said today.

"Chief Minister (Jayalalithaa) is very well. She has come (back) to her normal life; is eating well. She is ably doing her political work. Physiotherapy is continuing for her," party spokesperson C R Saraswathy said.



Speaking to reporters here, she said "will return home soon".

The 68 year-old chief minister, who was admitted to here on September 22 after she complained of fever and dehydration, had been treated for infection among other health issues.

Chairman Pratap Reddy had last week said that Jayalalithaa, who had been given respiratory support, was doing well and speaking using a valve attached to the tracheostomy tube.

He had also said was undergoing a "normal recuperation" after being in bed for several weeks and it is she who would decide when to return home.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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"Chief Minister (Jayalalithaa) is very well. She has come (back) to her normal life; is eating well. She is ably doing her political work. Physiotherapy is continuing for her," party spokesperson C R Saraswathy said.

Speaking to reporters here, she said "will return home soon".

The 68 year-old chief minister, who was admitted to here on September 22 after she complained of fever and dehydration, had been treated for infection among other health issues.

Chairman Pratap Reddy had last week said that Jayalalithaa, who had been given respiratory support, was doing well and speaking using a valve attached to the tracheostomy tube.

He had also said was undergoing a "normal recuperation" after being in bed for several weeks and it is she who would decide when to return home.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Jaya is very well, to return home soon: AIADMK

Chief Minister and supremo J Jayalalithaa, undergoing treatment at a hospital here, is back to her normal life and would return home soon, the party said today.

"Chief Minister (Jayalalithaa) is very well. She has come (back) to her normal life; is eating well. She is ably doing her political work. Physiotherapy is continuing for her," party spokesperson C R Saraswathy said.

Speaking to reporters here, she said "will return home soon".

The 68 year-old chief minister, who was admitted to here on September 22 after she complained of fever and dehydration, had been treated for infection among other health issues.

Chairman Pratap Reddy had last week said that Jayalalithaa, who had been given respiratory support, was doing well and speaking using a valve attached to the tracheostomy tube.

He had also said was undergoing a "normal recuperation" after being in bed for several weeks and it is she who would decide when to return home.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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