Minister Sreenivasan had sought apology for lying about the well-being of late Jayalalithaa's health condition when she was admitted to the Apollo Hospital. He said that it is center's responsibility to ascertain the truth behind Jayalalithaa's death.
Ever since her death, there have been speculations about foul play over her death.
He said that a CBI probe could be conducted to find out the truth in the allegations of Srinivasan.
Stalin said that he is making the request to the central government in his position as a leader of opposition.
"You must think - whether it's a man or a woman, image how they would look after spending many days in the hospital, without bathing, without combing their hair, etc. Amma was 69 years old, so you can imagine how she looked after so many days in the hospital", he said.
He said nobody even met Jayalalithaa in her hospital room. "I apologise for having made such false statements on our leader's health", said Sreenivasan. "Sasikala would meet us in that room and we will return", he said, adding, in fact nobody was allowed into the floor where Jayalalithaa was given treatment.
"The Governor saw the late Chief Minister".
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Whoever came, would be briefed by Sasikala's relatives that she was "all right", he had said at a public meeting on Friday.
Minister Sreenivasan had even claimed to have had a conversation with J Jayalalithaa at the hospital.
"In a family, it is very common that sisters who fight inside the house will appear to be friends outside".
After prolonged treatment for infection and other complications, Jayalalithaa had died of a heart attack on December 5.
The Minister who had then further gone on to accuse Panneerselvam for raising doubts over death for political benefits, has now openly admitted that all the Ministers have the same doubts regarding her hospitalisation.
Chief Minister K Palaniswami had announced a probe by a retired high court judge into the death last month, conceding a key demand of the O Panneerselvam camp for merger with his faction.