- Monday | 1st April, 2019
The government should clarify if it had sanctioned the commission to go into the adequacy of medical treatment. However, the notifications do not sanction the commission to go into the accuracy and adequacy of the medical treatment. Doctors at Apollo Hospitals were to testify on Tuesday and Wednesday. CHENNAI: The Madras high court on Monday issued notice to the Justice (retd) A Arumughaswamy commission on a plea by Apollo Hospitals seeking an interim stay on proceedings relating to the medical treatment provided to former chief minister J Jayalalithaa Later, the commission sent an email stating that it was adjourning its proceedings and that it would intimate a fresh date for examining witnesses. The hospital had told the court that it would file a memo seeking an adjournment of the proceedings.“The government orders dated September 25, 2017, and September 27, 2017, issued by the state constituting the commission, was only to inquire the circumstances and situation leading to the hospitalisation of Jayalalithaa on September 22, 2016, and subsequent treatment provided till her demise on December 5, 2016.
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