Jayalalithaa's stickers forcibly pasted on relief packages: reports

Chennai, Dec 5: While people in Chennai continue to battle the floods and the devastation that comes with it, the state government has suddenly caught everybody's attention and for all the wrong reasons.

According to a TOI report, many people took to Twitter and complained that relief material was being allowed only in certain areas in the state. The condition- mandatory stickers of Amma (Jayalalithaa) on the packages.

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AIADMK came under severe fire from people who have been awaiting some sort of help from the state government as well as Centre. However, AIADMK clarified that this was a politically motivated gimmick by the Opposition.

According to the report, citizens even heckled senior ministers like Natham Viswanathan, Sellur Raju and Gokul Indira.

Many even claimed that six Cuddalore-bound trucks coming from Coimbatore were stopped by a group of people at Sriperumbudur and Amma stickers were forcibly pasted on every relief material before the vehicles were cleared.

Military and NDRF teams are on the ground rescuing people, and providing relief materials to those in need.

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