Jayalalithaa’s nearness to MGR set his cadre and spouse Janaki Ramachandran to build up a biting contention against Jaya. At the point when MGR had passed on in December 1987, left with couple of supporters, Jayalalithaa was mortified by the circle. She has even pushed off the van before TV cameras.
Perused about that scandalous episode in Jayalalitha’s words. At the point when Anna passed on, MGR was just the treasurer of the DMK, number four in the gathering. Presently without MGR, as gathering publicity secretary, I am number five.” As I was climbing the carriage, I heard yells behind and saw MLA Dr. K.P. Ramalingam progressing menacingly towards me. Promptly, a young fellow in a blue shirt, my identity accordingly told was Tamil film on-screen character Deepak, Janaki’s more youthful sibling’s child, hopped on to the firearm carriage, hit me on the temple and pushed me out.
The military work force attempted to help me back on top of the carriage, and again Deepan pushed me, beat me, and tossed me out. I was harmed and wounded everywhere on my body. I was sickened with this inconsiderate conduct and the unparliamentary dialect utilized by Deepan and Ramalingam. I chose, much against my inner voice, not to go to the burial service and left away.