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Chennai: With Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in critical condition after a cardiac arrest[1], Tamil Nadu is taking extreme precautions to ensure lakhs of her supporters, known for their passionate shows of loyalty, remain calm.

Senior police officers across the state have met with their teams to ensure cops in uniforms are visible on the streets to indicate the administration is in control of a delicate situation.

Outside Apollo Hospital in Chennai, where the 68-year-old Chief Minister was admitted in September, hundreds of people have gathered to resume the vigil held in the months before she was declared out of danger by her doctors.

Last evening, she had a cardiac arrest[2] and was rushed back to Intensive Care from the private room she was moved to just weeks ago when her health was declared considerably improved.

Apollo Hospital has been discreet throughout her stay with its comments often taking a more cautious tone than that of the Chief Minister’s party, the AIADMK, which has insisted that she has never been in any real danger after hospitalised.

References

  1. ^ J Jayalalithaa in critical condition after a cardiac arrest (www.ndtv.com)
  2. ^ she had a cardiac arrest (www.ndtv.com)

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