Jayalalitha pushed before being admitted to Apollo Hospital

The controversy over the death of Jayalalitha, the former Tamil Nadu chief minister refuses to end and again highlights the problems faced by single men and women, there is no one who they can trust, who will not exploit them whenever they get the opportunity. However well they may treat their staff, or sasikala in the case of Jayalalitha, the staff may betray anytime if offered suitable incentives.
According to a media report, AIADMK member Pandian allegedly claimed that on 22 September 2016, there was an argument between Jayalalitha and others residing with her at Veda Nilayam, Poes garden. Jayalalitha was allegedly pushed and became unconscious. She was then admitted to Apollo Hospital, Chennai, officially complaining of breathlessness and fever, and died in the hospital after 75 days.
The media has conveniently ignored the health problems of Jayalalitha before she was admitted to the hospital , what was the nature of the argument, who exactly were involved.