New Tamil Nadu CM meets Governor at Raj Bhawan

Bangalore, Sept 28: Massive protest has begun outside AIADMK office in Chennai, Tamil Nadu following the conviction of their leader Jayalalithaa in the 18-year-old disproportionate assets (DA) case. The Chief Minister has been lodged in Bangalore jail on Saturday, Sept 27.

Follow all Live updates on Sunday, Sept 28 here:

6:55 pm: AIADMK leader O Panneerselvam, the successor of Jayalalithaa, arrived at Raj Bhavan and met Governor K Rossaiah. Panneerselvam claimed the stake as the new Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.

5:59 pm: BJP leader Tamilisai Soundarrajan hailed the verdict on Jayalalithaa. She said law has taken its course, gives clear message that law is not tolerant towards corruption.

5:40 pm: Jayalalithaa handed over a list of people to be accommodated in ministry to O Paneerselvam when he met her in jail in Bangalore on Sunday morning.

5:18 pm: The new Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa's loyalist -- O Paneerselvam will meet Governor K Rossaiah at 6pm on Sunday. According to sources, his wearing in will be held on Monday.

5:05 pm: Supporters chanting Amma's name, anti-Karunanidhi chants, angry mood at AIADMK office.

4:55 pm: After the crucial decision by AIADMK MLAs, the news Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu -- O Panneerselvam leaves from party office in Chennai.

4:48 pm: AIADMK workers protest against DMK Chief Karunanidhi outside his residence in Chennai over Jayalalithaa verdict.

4:44 pm: Now it has been confirmed that state Finance Minister O Panneerselvam is the new Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. Decision has been taken following a crucial meeting by AIADMK MLAs at their party headquarters in Chennai.

4:12 pm: O Panneerselvam to be Tamil Nadu chief minister, says Times of India report.

4:08 pm: Situation is calm in Chennai and rest of Tamil Nadu, vehicles plying on roads, life is back to normal after a day of massive protest following Jayalalithaa's conviction.

4:02 pm: A government bus has been set on fire in Tamil Nadu as the Chief Minister Jayalalithaa has been sent to jail in connection with disproportionate assets case.

4:00 pm: AIADMK MLAs arrived at the party headquarters in Chennai. Crucial meeting, after which new chief minister's name is expected to announced, has begun.

3:50 pm: New Indian Express, one of the leading English news papers, shocked all. Being an important daily in Tamil Nadu the paper did not carry Jayalalithaa conviction and jail article on its first page. Rather the daily decided to file a small agency copy on its fourth page. Jayalalithaa's conviction was the most important event on Saturday and media across the country carried it on their first page.

3:25 pm: Jayalalithaa falls under A Class prisoner. Hence, she is allowed food from outside. She can wear her own cloths.

3:08 pm: Jayalalithaa is the CM of a state, even she had to bow down before law, says Haryana CM BS Hooda.

3:00 pm: AIADMK supporters and workers continue their protest in Bangalore where Jayalalithaa has been lodged in central jail.

2:25 pm: Jayalalithaa will move Karnataka High Court on Monday seeking bail and stay on her conviction in the wealth case, says her advocate B Kumar.

2:10 pm: Senior Supreme Court advocate Ram Jethmalani, who has represented many infamous people in their legal battle, is likely to repeat history. The lawyer may defend Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate asset (DA) case, informed AIADMK sources.

2:05 pm: Four Tamil Nadu ministers -- Panneer Selvam, Vishwanathan, Palaniswamy and Vaidyalingam met Jayalalithaa in Parappana Agrahara Jail in Bangalore.

1:15 pm: Jayalalithaa's once foster and now disowned son Sudhakaran falls ill in Parappana Agrahara Jail. Glucose given to Sudhakaran in the jail hospital. He is one of the four convicts in the DA case.

1:00 pm: One of Jayalalithaa's fans commited suicide by immolating self in Chennai. The deceased has been identified as 58-year-old Venkatesh.

12:50 pm: Just after a day of Jayalalithaa's conviction in DA case, fresh FIRs have been filed against DMK leader M Karunanidhi and his son MK Stalin. Two FIRs have been filed by AIADMK supporters in connection with a clash in Tamil Nadu.

12:44 pm: CPI leader D Raja asked people in Tamil Nadu not to pay heed to Subramanian Swamy's statement following Jayalalithaa's conviction. He claimed that there is no need of imposing President Rule in Tamil Nadu now as the AIADMK has absolute majority and the party can elect another CM, Govt can continue.

12:20 pm: AIADMK all set to move Karnataka High Court on Monday, Sept 29 seeking bail for Jayalalithaa, informed AIADMK Karnataka Secretary, V Pugalendi.

11:45 am: AIADMK supporters gathered outside party headquarters in Chennai and began massive protest.

11:40 am: Main opposition DMK leader Karunanidhi and his followers filed a false, politically motivated case against J Jayalalithaa, claimed AIADMK Karnataka Secretary, V Pugalendi.

11:30 am: Top AIADMK leaders from Tamil Nadu -- former chief secretary and currently adviser to chief minister Sheela Balakrishnan, secretaries Venkataraman, Ramalingam and Sudalai Kannan reached Bangalore.

11:15 am: Top AIADMK leaders will meet Jayalalithaa in Bangalore central jail soon.

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