மக்களுக்கும்,கட்சிக்கும் அயராது உழைத்ததன் மூலம் ஜெயலலிதா முதல்வராக முடி சூட்டப்பட்டார்.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has ordered distribution of free rice to below Poverty Line (BPL) families and gold to women, living up to one of her main poll promises. On her first day as chief minister, Jaya said 20 kg of free rice will be distributed every month to ration card holders and 35 kg to BPL families. Jayalalitha distributed Rice for Ration Card holders at Alwarpet, Chennai on 1-6-2011..Jaya also ordered distribution of gold for ‘magalsutras’ for women and also doubled marriage assistance to the poor from Rs. 25,000 to Rs 50,000.
Jayalalithaa was born on 24 February 1948. She was born in Melukote in Pandavapura taluk of Mandya district, Karnataka near city of Mysore While in Bangalore, Jayalalithaa attended Bishop Cotton Girls’ High School She completed her childhood education at Sacred Heart Matriculation School (popularly known as Church Park Presentation Convent or Presentation Church Park Convent) in Chennai. She excelled at school and was offered a government scholarship to pursue further education. Jayalalithaa was brought into politics by a former Tamil movie star and state chief minister, M.G. Ramachandran, with whom she starred in many of her films.
Jayalalithaa entered Politics and became a Member in AIADMK, in 1982. Jayalalithaa’s involvement in politics grew from her association with M. G. Ramachandran, who had founded the AIADMK and was Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu as well as an actor; In 1983 he made Jayalalithaa the party’s Propaganda Secretary.In February 1983, she was chosen by Dr. M.G.R. to conduct her maiden election campaign for the AIADMK candidate in the bye-election to the Tiruchendur Assembly Constituency.
Leader Of Opposition:In 1989
She was elected to the Tamil Nadu legislative assembly in 1989 from Bodinayakkanur (State Assembly Constituency).In the Election AIADMK contested in two fractions. Jayalalithaa led fraction won 27 seats and Jayalalithaa became the first woman to be elected Leader of the Opposition. In 1989 her sari was pulled in the assembly by DMK minister Duraimurugan and another DMK Minister Veerapandi Arumugam hit her forehead with a mike. After that event, Jayalalithaa claimed Karunanidhi had no moral right to be CM and Jayalalithaa vowed that she would re-enter the assembly only as chief minister.
First Term as Chief Minister:In 1991
In 1991, following the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi just days before the elections, her alliance with the Indian National Congress enabled her to ride the wave of sympathy that gave the coalition victory. Re-elected to the assembly, she became the first elected female chief minister and the youngest ever chief minister of Tamil Nadu, serving the full tenure from 24 June 1991 to 12 May 1996.
Second Term as Chief Minister: Jayalalithaa again became Chief Minister in March 2002 once the Madras High Court had acquitted her in a couple of cases. This cleared the way for her to contest a mid-term poll to the Andipatti constituency, after the elected representative for the seat, gave up his membership. Winning the election by a handsome margin, In 2002 March Jayalalithaa took over the Chief Ministership again.
Third term as Chief Minister:In 2011
In April 2011 the AIADMK was part of a 13-party alliance that successfully won the 14th state assembly elections. Jayalalitha was sworn in as the chief minister of Tamil Nadu for the third time on 16 May 2011, having been elected unanimously as the leader of the AIADMK party subsequent to those elections.
24th February 2012 is Birth day of Tamil Nadu chief minister Selvi J.Jayalalitha 64th birthday. This is most important function of her All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam party peoples in Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu CM J.Jayalalitha 64th bithday celebration photos, news, welfare activities to the aged and poor peoples, also they conduct marriage for 1008 pair poor peoples and give a gold ring for today born babies in the many government and private hospitals in many cities.
Sixty four lakh saplings would be planted across the state to increase the state’s green cover from 21 per cent to 30 per cent. We wish her all success in her life and let her guide Tamil Nadu with prosperous and bright future. Please hear the Tamil narration and see the pictures thro video.