Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha no more..RIP

CRB Tech reviews our here conveys condolence to the late Chief Minister Selvi J Jayalalithaa

After many stressed time following preliminary reviews that Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa passed away due to cardiac arrest.


Apollo hospital confirmed that the AIADMK chief died at 11.30 pm. Previously, the hospital declined press reviews that Jayalalithaa died on Monday evening, saying that physicians from both AIIMS and Apollo continue provide her with “life-saving measures”.

Disregarding the reviews as “totally groundless and false”, Apollo requested news programs to fix their “mistake”.

Misunderstandings held Tamil Nadu as news of Jayalalithaa’s “death” was showed off by Tamil news programs and selected up by the national media.


Soon, a scuffle began between AIADMK followers and cops with the former throwing stones and upturning barricades outside Apollo Medical centers in Chennai.

Police, implemented in huge figures to preempt any unpleasant occurrence, were compelled to hotel to lathicharge. Even the party flag was seen traveling at half mast at the AIADMK head office in Royapettah after the reviews of her death, but it was hoisted once again after a hospital released a refusal. The chief minister, who has been in Apollo since Sept 22, had experienced the heart attack on Weekend night.

The party MLAs are planned to meet later this night, obviously to write down the next course of action. Though party resources did not expose the plan of the conference planned at night, they, however, verified that the law makers would talk about key issues.

The AIADMK chief experienced the heart hours time after her party informed press that she has completely retrieved and will be coming back soon. Born in 1948, Jayalalithaa began her profession as an celebrity in South Indian movies.

In 1982, she joined up with the AIADMK, which began by her coach MG Ramachandran. She first became the chief minister of Tamil Nadu in 1991. She has ruled the state for over 15 years.


Jayalalitha was born on 24 Feb 1948, at Melukote, in Pandavapura taluka, Mandya region, then in Mysore State (now Karnataka) to Jayaram and Vedavalli in a Tamil Brahmin (Iyengar) members of the family. Jayalalitha was given her grandma’s name Koamalavalli right at that moment of the birth.

As per Brahmin customs, 2 names are given – one our ancestors granny name and other being personal name. The personal name Jayalalitha was implemented at the age of 1 for the goal of using the same in school and universities.

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