RIP Amma: Jayalalithaa passed away due to cardiac arrest, O. Panneerselvam new Tamil Nadu CM

The Monday, 5 December 2016 will go in the Indian history with the Black Monday, for the people of India, especially for the people of the Tamil Nadu as their five-time Chief Minister Jayalalithaa passed away at the age of 68.Popularly knows as the “Amma”, Jayalalithaa took the last breath in the Apollo hospital as she died due to the cardiac arrest. The 68-year-old former Bollywood actress was admitted to the Apollo hospital on December 4, 2016, when she suffered the heart attack and was soon taken to the Apollo hospital in the Chennai.


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The heart experts from all over the India were called to the Chennai branch of Apollo to treat Jayalalithaa. The fans and the followers of the Amma soon went outside the Apollo hospital in Chennai and were seen praying for the fast recovery of their beloved leader. However, they finally have to or more the death of Jayalalithaa, and it struck like like a massive storm.

Meanwhile, the reports suggest that the 68-year-old Tamil Nadu, Chief Minister was dead in this morning but the doctors and the state government decided not to declare it as it will create chaos among the people and supporters of the Jayalalithaa.

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The whole India is now mourning the death of one of the finest leader of Tamil Nadu. Even, the Bollywood industries showed their condolence to the death of the Jayalalithaa. We would like to inform you that Jayalalithaa has worked in numbers of the Bollywood movie between 1961 to 1980 and she was considered to be one of the finest actresses of the generation.

Jayalalithaa started her political career in 1981, but it was only in 1991 when she became the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu and then, lost the election in 1996 and then bounced back in 2001. And, now when we lost this legendary actress and politician we would like to give our condolences to the family of Jayalalithaa and the whole Tamil Nadu.