"For the last three days, there is no water or electricity. Milk either. Mothers are feeding babies just boiled water," said SP Udayakumar of the People's Movement Against Nuclear Energy (PMANE).
While the police have blocked essential commodities to the Idinthakarai village, protestors are now arriving to the venue of protest through sea route, said a report by the Daily Mail.
Shops have also closed down in the area and essential commodities are being ferried through boats, as the police is keeping a hawk's eye on the movements of groceries and provisions.
According to R Selvaraj, district collector, he was not aware of the restrictions imposed on essential commodities. He said that the power crisis was due to load shedding and would be restored back soon.
"It is the villagers who are keeping themselves holed up. We are not preventing their movement. They have put up barricades on the road," said inspector general of police Rajesh Das.
"We are neither Maoists nor terrorists. Ours is a peaceful protest. The police and the government are pushing us to starvation," said a protestor.