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Jaya probe panel: HC refuses to pass interim orders on Apollo Hospitals plea

The Madras High Court Monday declined to pass interim orders on a plea by Apollo Hospitals seeking to restrain the Commission of Inquiry from looking into the correctness and adequacy of the medical treatment given to former chief minister J Jayalalithaa before her death in 2016. When the plea came up for hearing before a division bench of justices R Subbiah and Krishnan Ramasamy, the hospital s counsel said they were not challenge the Tamil Nadu-government appointed inquiry commission but only saying it should not conduct trial . The government has every right to know the circumstances that led to the Jayalalithaa s death, the counsel said. But he opposed the commission headed by Justice Arumughaswamy looking into the adequacy and correctness of the medical treatment provided to Jayalalithaa during her hospitalisation in September-December 2016. The petitioner said the panel does not have such a mandate. The government should clarify if it had a mandate to look into accuracy and ...

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