Former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa’s death occurred under mysterious circumstances and away from the media glare. There have been various types of speculations since her death and no one seems to be really convinced that she died a natural death. Now, it appears that the state government in Tamil Nadu has also come to realize this lack of clarity about Jayalalithaa’s death. To make things more clear to everyone, Tamil Nadu has decided to set up a new commission that will probe Jayalalithaa’s death. The announcement regarding this was made today by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami. The commission will be headed by a retired judge. As per the last reports, Jayalalithaa had died due to cardiac arrest. But now, the commission will reexamine all the facts and files and witnesses to establish the true nature of Jayalalithaa’s death.
Palaniswami also announced that Jayalalithaa’s home in Poes Garden, Veda Nilayam, will be converted into a memorial. It will act as a remembrance to the life and career of Jayalalithaa. The probe into Jayalalithaa’s death comes in the wake of several people alleging conspiracy in Jayalalithaa’s death. The demand for a probe into Jayalalithaa’s death was also made by the AIADMK faction led by former chief minister O Panneerselvam.