Chennai, Nov 3: Amid growing apprehension about the exact nature of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalallithaa's ailment, the ruling AIADMK once again said the party supremo has "progressed well" and "started living a normal life" on Wednesday.
However, leaders of the AIADMK did not give any details about Jaya's exact health conditions.
The 68-year-old politician is undergoing treatment at Apollo Hospitals in Chennai since September 22.
Party spokesperson Panrutty S Ramachandran said, "The people are confident (of her return) and their prayers are yielding results."
Another party spokesperson, C R Saraswathy, said the doctors said that Jayalalithaa was "very well" but wanted her to be under their watch for some time.
"She is very well and is consuming normal food. She has started living a normal life. She will return soon and resume public service," Saraswathy said.
The divine blessings were on Jayalalithaa as scores of party workers were holding prayers for her speedy recovery, she added.
The last health bulletin on Amma was issued by the hospital on October 21.
According to the medical bulletin issued by the hospital, Jayalalithaa is "interacting" and her health condition is "progressing gradually".