Chennai: PMK leader S. Ramadoss who was admitted to a hospital here after complaining of breathing difficulty is doing fine, a party official said Sunday.
Ramadoss was admitted to a private hospital Saturday night for breathing problem and the doctors are attending to him, and there is nothing to worry about his condition, the party member said.
The PMK also said in a statement issued Sunday that Ramadoss is fine and party men need not worry.
Ramadoss was released Saturday on bail after spending 12 days in the central jail in Tiruchirapalli, around 350 km from here.
Speaking to reporters after his release, Ramadoss said there was no "basic amenity in the prison and he and his party cadres suffered".
Ramadoss was arrested for defying police orders April 30, and was sent to 15 days in judicial custody.
He was arrested while trying to hold a demonstration at Vilupuram, around 170 km from here, demanding an inquiry into the April 25 violence at Marakkanam near here.