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Silent homage to stampede victims

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Jayalalithaa should resign: DPA

CUDDALORE: Leaders of the constituent parties of Democratic Progressive Alliance took out silent processions in Cuddalore and Villupuram on Monday to condole the death of 42 persons in a stampede in Chennai on Sunday.

They also urged Chief Minister Jayalalithaa to step down, owing moral responsibility to the tragic deaths of those who had gone to get flood relief. In Cuddalore, M.R.K. Panneerselvam, district secretary of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, led the procession that was taken from the Periyar statue to the Collectorate.

Those who participated included Ela. Pugazhendi, MLA, Municipal Chairman A.G.Rajendran, Congress leaders P.R.S. Venkatesan and Nedunchezhian. Mr. Panneerselvam handed over a memorandum to Collector Gagandeep Singh Bedi seeking relief for flood-affected people in Kurinjipadi, Vadalur, Ceylone Colony, Neyveli, and Mandarakuppam.

At Villupuram, a similar procession was led by K.Ponmudi, MLA.

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