Thanks to a marked improvement in her health status, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa is likely to be moved out of the critical care unit (CCU) to a private room in about three days, reports, said, quoting informed sources.
According to the reports, a special room has been readied for her in Apollo Hospitals in preparation for this move and she would be shifted there soon.
And if things go as per plan, Jayalalithaa will be discharged in three weeks and will go back to home in good health, it is further said.
Only on Wednesday, in a big good news to lakhss of AIADMK workers, a party senior has said Jayalalithaa, hospitalised for more than a month, has “progressed well” and “started living a normal life”.
Speaking to reporters, party spokesperson and former minister Panruti Ramachandran exuded confidence that she will soon resume her public service.
“The people are confident of her return and their prayers are yielding results,” he told reporters in Chennai.
This comes a couple of days after AIADMK spokesperson CR Saraswathi said, “Amma is doing well and will come back to resume her makkal pani very soon.”