"We have no intention to play political games with Sabarimala," said TDB president Padmakumar.
Rehana Fatima, a Kerala-based activist, is one of the women who have travelled this far. The other is reportedly a journalist from Hyderabad, Telangana.
The Commission has also summoned a host of doctors from the Apollo Hospitals who have contributed to critical care of former chief minister J Jayalalithaa
The AIADMK is currently holding 116 seats in the state Assembly, including three legislators who have openly criticised the current Edappadi Palaniswami-led Government.
The Raj Bhavan has written a letter to the Justice A Arumughaswamy Commission of Inquiry saying it received no medical records from Apollo Hospitals or the All India Institute of Medical Sciences pertaining to the health of former chief minister J Jayalalithaa.
The transfer of probe was confirmed by counsellors of the DMK, which has been taking forward corruption charges against ministers in the ruling AIADMK cabinet.
Apollo Hospitals' counsellor Maimoona Badsha has confirmed the receipt of the letter, adding that the hospital group is expected to respond to the Commission's letter seeking the details by October 23.
For AIADMK politicians, the meeting proves to be a good sign ahead of elections amid simmering factionalism and an external threat from VK Sasikala’s nephew TTV Dhinakaran.
Tamil Nadu had pitched strongly for compensation on tax revenues lost due to the transition to the Goods and Services Tax regime last year.
In March this year, Apollo Group Chairman Prathap Reddy had told reporters that CCTV Cameras were not available as they were switched off.
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