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02 Oct 2017

Sasikala applies for 15-day parole to visit ailing husband

Sasikala seeks 15-day parole to visit husband

On 2nd October, Jailed AIADMK leader Sasikala applied for a 15-day parole from Bengaluru's Parapana Agrahara prison to meet her critically ill husband, said her nephew and sidelined party leader TTV Dhinakaran.

Her husband, M Natarajan, is undergoing treatment for decompensated liver disease, which led to liver and kidney failure, and lung congestion.

He is in the liver intensive care unit of a Chennai hospital.

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Sasikala seeks 15-day parole to visit husband

Dhinakaran hopes Sasikala gets ordinary leave from jail

Dhinakaran said: "We have applied for parole for our General Secretary. She might come out on parole tomorrow (3 Oct). We are not sure of the duration of parole. The authorities will decide on that." Sasikala's husband is receiving dialysis and other intensive care therapies.

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Saying he isn't sure about Tamil Nadu Government's inquiry, led by a retired judge, into former CM Jayalalithaa's death, Dhinakaran demanded a CBI probe into the matter.

He said CBI would properly investigate former CM Panneerselvam and others who changed their views on Jayalalithaa's death.

He alleged CM Palaniswami is trying to hide his government's poor functioning by raising doubts over Amma's death.

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06 Oct 2017

Sasikala granted five-day parole, to visit sick husband in Chennai

Sasikala, who has obtained a five-day parole to visit her sick 74-year-old husband in a Chennai hospital, will leave her Bengaluru prison today.

There are conditions though: she isn't allowed to meet anyone else or interact with the media, among others.

Her earlier parole application was rejected as "paperwork was incomplete".

Sasikala's nephew Dhinakaran arrived at the prison today with a group of supporters.

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