Chennai, Nov 1: It has been more than 40 days since Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa is undergoing treatment at Apollo Hospitals in Chennai.
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".
As the state government is maintaining a stoic silence and divulging very little on Jayalalithaa's health, the voters of the southern state are anxious to know about their Chief Minister's health conditions.
In the midst of all these speculations surrounding Jayalalithaa's health, AIADMK spokesperson CR Saraswathi said the Chief Minister was recovering fast and would soon resume her "people's duty".
"Amma is doing well and will come back to resume her 'makkal pani' (people's duty) very soon," Saraswathi told reporters outside Apollo Hospitals on Monday.
Jayalalithaa is undergoing treatment in the hospital since September 22.
Meanwhile, state ministers and the AIADMK cadre continued to organise special poojas at various temples across the state for the speedy recovery of their party supremo.