In a suo motu statement in state assembly, the Chief Minister said that the Center communicated it's decision through a letter to the Indian Mission in Kuala Lumpur, where Parvathi Ammal is staying, adding that permission was solely for medical treatemnt.
Karunanidhi said that the Union Goverment order to grant six-month visa to the slain LTTE leader's mother, will not effecting the case which is pending in the High Court.
"Usually this type of procedure will take a long time. However, considering Parvathi Ammal"s health, the Centre and the state had taken the initiative (to speed up the process)," he said.
Briefing on the various conditions, Karunanidhi said that she must stay in the hospital and cannot stay anywhere else, adding that she can be treated in a government hospital if she desired.
"State will make all necessary arrangements for it," he said.
He added that the she will be forbidden from establishing contacts with any political party or banned organisations or those having connection with them.
Karunanidhi said that she can keep contact with only those people she had specifically mentioned.
The move by the Center came following a letter written by the state government to the Union Home Secretary to consider allowing Parvathi to come for treatment if she abides by certain conditions.
Parvathi was deported back to Malaysia after she came down to Chennai for treatment.