Anything for Amma: Emotions run high outside hospital

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST 19 Photos
1 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (AFP)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (AFP)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
2 / 19
Chennai’s Apollo Hospital clarified on Monday that local media reports, saying Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa has died, were baseless and the CM is still under treatment. Here supporters react for the rumours. (AFP)

Chennai’s Apollo Hospital clarified on Monday that local media reports, saying Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa has died, were baseless and the CM is still under treatment. Here supporters react for the rumours. (AFP)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
3 / 19
Tamil Nadu police personnel guard the main gate of the Apollo hospital, where AIADMK supremo and Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa suffered a cardiac arrest. (PTI)

Tamil Nadu police personnel guard the main gate of the Apollo hospital, where AIADMK supremo and Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa suffered a cardiac arrest. (PTI)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
4 / 19
Jayalalithaa was readmitted to the critical care unit (CCU) of Chennai’s Apollo Hospital after she suffered a cardiac arrest on Sunday evening. Here supporters react for the rumours about her health. (AFP)

Jayalalithaa was readmitted to the critical care unit (CCU) of Chennai’s Apollo Hospital after she suffered a cardiac arrest on Sunday evening. Here supporters react for the rumours about her health. (AFP)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
5 / 19
Minutes after local TV channels claimed Jayalalithaa was dead, Chennai’s Apollo Hospital said the rumours were “baseless and false”. Here supporters react for the rumours. (AFP)

Minutes after local TV channels claimed Jayalalithaa was dead, Chennai’s Apollo Hospital said the rumours were “baseless and false”. Here supporters react for the rumours. (AFP)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
6 / 19
A supporter wears a locket with a picture of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa. (AP)

A supporter wears a locket with a picture of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa. (AP)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
7 / 19
Apollo Hospital’s tweet says their team of doctors are closely monitoring and treating Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa but her condition remains critical. Here supporters react for the rumours about her health. (AFP)

Apollo Hospital’s tweet says their team of doctors are closely monitoring and treating Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa but her condition remains critical. Here supporters react for the rumours about her health. (AFP)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
8 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (AFP)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (AFP)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
9 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (AFP)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (AFP)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
10 / 19
A supporter of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa holds her photo at the AIADMK party office in Mumbai. (REUTERS)

A supporter of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa holds her photo at the AIADMK party office in Mumbai. (REUTERS)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
11 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu?chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu?chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
12 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
13 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu?chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu?chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
14 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
15 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu?chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu?chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
16 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
17 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu?chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu?chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
18 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is being treated after false reports that she had died. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
19 / 19
Supporters of Tamil Nadu?chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

Supporters of Tamil Nadu?chief minister Jayalalithaa react outside the hospital where she is undergoing treatment after cardiac arrest on Sunday. (Srinivasulu/ HT Photo)

UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2016 11:05 PM IST
SHARE
Story Saved