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High alert in Karnataka after TN CM Jayalalithaa’s death

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Meghasri and Deepika

BENGALURU: The death of Tamil Nadu’s Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa has fuelled the dispute between TN and Karnataka. Buses from Karnataka to TN have been stalled.  High alert in Karnataka has been imposed.

As rumours about CM Jayalalithaa’s death was trending The CM passed away on in social media, the hospital finally declared that she is no more at 11.30 p.m. on December  5, 2016. The CM passed away after backing prolonged illness at Appolo hospital, Chennai.  Actions have been taken to solve the disputes between both the states.

“The buses have been stalled and no buses would be let until the situation calms down The buses travelling from Mysore to TN would stop at the border of Gundlupet or Chamrajnagar”, said Murthy, KSRTC official.

The Tamilian’s residing in Karnataka placed a huge banner of Jayalalithaa in places like Srirampura and prayed for her recovery.

“Special police protection has been provided all throughout  Karnataka especially to the Tamilian’s residing across the state”, said Kiran Kumar, Police official.




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