Rajaji Hall to Marina Updates _ Kaligar Karunanidhi
* The Chief Minister of Northern Province Sri Vigneswaran Anjali.
* People who migrated to the sea to pay tribute to the *
* Thousands of civilians and DMK volunteers are paying tribute to the DMK leader. The crowd has increased due to the invasion of people from Chennai. There are also thousands of people in the Rajaji theater complex. The people around the sea are surrounded by roads around the Rajaji platform. *
* DMK chief can not stop Karunanidhi’s funeral: Supreme Court *
* Request to cancel the order issued to the burial in Marina *
* Delhi Chief Minister Arunthi Kejriwal paid tribute to Karunanidhi’s body *
People gathered in the sea to pay tribute to the artist *
* Thousands of civilians and DMK volunteers are paying tribute to the DMK leader. The crowd has increased due to the invasion of people from Chennai. There are also thousands of people in the Rajaji theater complex. On the roads around the Rajaji platform, people are crowded by sea.
* Telangana Chief Minister Chandrasekara Rao Anjali for DMK leader artist *
* The Chief Minister of Karnataka, Coimbatore, Deputy Chief Minister Parameshwara visits Chennai to pay homage to Karunanidhi.
* The name of Karunanidhi in the Puducherry Central University; Chief Minister Narayanasamy
* The chief leader of the artist is the Indian Communist National Secretary D Raja Anjali_ *
* The police have no police protection near Rajaji Hall,
* Public injury wounded due to lack of proper security facility *
* _ The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu was in a minute’s silence for the death of DMK leader Karunanidhi in the Amaravati city!
* The funeral procession of the President of the Chief Minister will start at 4 pm *
* The funeral procession of the artist leaves from Rajaji Hall and goes to Sivananda road *
* Thanthai Periyar Road, Periyar Anna Salai, Valajja Road via Kamarajar Road *
Congress veteran leader Ghulam Nabi Azad resigns from party to Karunanidhi’s body *
* DGP DK Rajendran’s review of the security arrangements in the Rajaji Hall *