Chennai sources stated that late Tamilnadu chief minister J Jayalalitha was remembered on her second death anniversary on Wednesday with top AIADMK leaders K Palaniswami and O Pannnerselvam leading the party men in paying tributes to her. Reportedly clad in black shirts, Palaniswami and Panneerselvam, AIADMK coordinator and joint coordinator, respectively, led a silent march from Anna Salai to Marina beach, where the former AIADMK supreme was laid to rest.
Meanwhile the senior cabinet ministers, MPs and MLAs besides scores of party supporters most of whom were clad in black joined Palaniswami and Panneerselvam. Palaniswami is the Chief Minister of Tamilnadu while Pannerselvam is his Deputy.
As per report after 75 days of hospitalization, Jayalalitha died of cardiac arrest on December 5, 2016. Moreover on its official Twitter handle, AIADMK also posted a video in memory of J Jayalalitha. Further many people paid homage to the late leader and had shed tears remembering her services to the people of Tamilnadu.
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