First Death Anniversary of Iron Lady of Tamil Nadu


She reminisced today about her first death anniversary. AIADMK veteran leader and Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, K. Palaniswami and other party volunteers paying a floral tribute to her.
Jayalalithaa was widely known by her nickname “Amma” which mean “mother” in the Tamil language. Tamil Nadu CM, Deputy CM, and other party members held a silent rally from Salai to her Tomb to pay homage to her.
Jayalalithaa was famous for her grit and personal charisma. She was widely praised for converting Chennai to an automobile hub, for listed her governing state as India’s second largest state economy and enticing billions of dollars in industrial investment across Tamil Nadu.
She elected six times as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. In her tenure of CM, she was indifferent to other states CMs. She was the most beloved CM among the others. People mourned for her as own family member even some of them didn’t understand pertinent to live without her and departed their life along with her.
Her all six tenures were dedicated to Junta of Tamil Nadu. She was the most selfless Chief Minister and in her tenure, social welfare and development were in the limelight. She supported abandoned babies, women and poor to affordable and healthy canteen food. For poor, she established a chain of “Amma” canteen.
She was the Messiah for the poor and her all schemes were to improve the condition of poor. She was benevolent as the mother to them and touched their life by hitting her schemes. People appreciated and pay off her by elected as head of state back to back six times.
Her life was not simple and smooth. She criticized for corruption charge and convicted twice for the assembled her income inappropriate way. Jayalalithaa’s career was a mash-up of the disputable and utopic decision, witty politicking, and costly mistake. She was a tough decision taker who fought against gender abuse for years in the male-dominated political arena.