EPS OPS TTV Kanimozhi Deepa pay tributes to Jaya

EPS, OPS, TTV, Kanimozhi, Deepa pay tributes to Jaya

The ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu today took out a silent procession and paid floral tributes at the memorial
of former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on the occasion of her second death anniversary.

Jayalalithaa was remembered on her second death anniversary Wednesday with top AIADMK leaders O Pannnerselvam and K Palaniswami leading the party men in paying tributes to her.

Clad in black shirts, Deputy CM Panneerselvam and CM Palaniswami, AIADMK coordinator and joint coordinator, respectively, led a silent march from Anna Salai to Marina beach, where the former AIADMK supremo was laid to rest.

They took a vow at the ‘Amma Memorial’ to ensure that the party emerges victorious in the upcoming Lok Sabha and other elections.

They also pledged to ensure that all government schemes reached the public. Earlier in the day, clad in black shirts, Panneerselvam and Palaniswami, AIADMK coordinator and joint coordinator, respectively, led a silent march from Anna Salai to Marina beach, where the former AIADMK supremo was laid to rest.

Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazahgam (AMMK) Founder and sidelined
leader T T V Dhinakaran along with his supporters, including the 18 disqualified MLAs, also took out a silent procession and paid floral tributes at the memorial of Ms Jayalalithaa.

Jayalalithaa’s niece J Deepa along with her husband Madhavan paid their respects at the memorial. After paying her tributes, Deepa said the the procession carried out by the AIADMK had political motive. “They are doing this keeping the upcoming elections in mind,” she said.

DMK MP Kanimozhi tweeted, “Surviving as a woman in a male dominated political world is not an easy task. Late ADMK Chief Jayalalitha confronted the challenges and proved successful. The lack of clarity shrouding her final days are very unfortunate and not befitting the leader she was.”