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Jayalalithaa's signature might be forged by her close aides, warns ex-AIADMK MP Sasikala Pushpa
Former AIADMK MP Sasikala Pushpa has written a letter to the Tamil Nadu Governor C Vidyasagar Rao, where she expressed fear that some close aides of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa might forge her signature to nominate a deputy general secretary in her absence.
As CM Jayalalitha is hospitalised for illness, the expelled AIADMK MP Sasikala Pushpa today alleged that CM's close aid Sasikala was attempting to take over the ruling AIADMK and government. While talking to the media in New Delhi, she said, "The cadres should destroy the conspiracies hatched against the leader," reported Indiatimes.

MP Sasikala Pushpa along with 12 other close relatives, including her husband M Natarajan was expelled from the primary membership of the party in 2011 for their 'treacherous acts'.

Pushpa backed her allegation against Sasikala saying, "I myself, and cadres (AIADMK) have every reason to suspect that such conspiracies are being hatched again in 2016. In the last two or three days, we have been getting to see reports as to why Sasikala should not be at the helm of party and contest in the forthcoming bypoll in Thanjavur?......It is Sasikala, who is behind such reports seeking publicity."

The former mayor of Thoothukudi has requested the governor to "verify carefully" the signature of Jayalalithaa in the case of any official communication came from her, in any regards.

She has also raised suspicion over the prolonged ailment of Jayalalithaa, and requested for a probe by CBI of the same.

Meanwhile, as per the Apollo Hospitals latest bulletin, Jayalalithaa's health is improving and is under the observation of a panel of doctors consisting of intensivist, cardiologists, respiratory physicians, infectious disease specialists and diabetologists.

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