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Pics: Tamil Nadu plunges into mourning as beloved Amma of many passes away

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Chennai, Dec 6: A seven days of state mourning has been declared by the government following the death of beloved Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.

The order copy came after three days of holidays was declared for all schools and colleges.

Beloved Amma of many passes away

Her mortal remains has been placed at Rajaji Hall for public to offer their condolences. Heavy police deployment has been in place across the state since Sunday after late Chief Minister suffered a cardiac arrest.

Read More: Jayalalithaa no more: Cremation next to MGR Samadhi at 4:30 PM

Jayalalithaa passed away at the age of 68 at the Apollo Hospitals. The hospital confirmed the report that AIADMK supremo breathed her last at 11:30 pm.

Here are few important pics

TN plunges into mourning

TN plunges into mourning

A seven days of state mourning has been declared by the government following the death of Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.

Tributes continue to pour in for Jaya

Tributes continue to pour in for Jaya

Tributes continued to pour in for Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa with DMK chief M Karunanidhi and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar among others condoling her death.

Jayalalithaa passes away

J Jayalalithaa who passed away at 11.30 PM on Monday will be put to rest near the MGR Samadhi at Marina in Chennai at 4:30 PM today.

Last respect paid to Amma

Actor Vijay paid last respect to late CM Jayalalithaa who breather her last on Monday.

People pay last respect to late CM

Mortal remains of late CM Jayalalithaa brought to Rajaji Hall in Chennai, for people to pay their last tributes.

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