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Jayalalithaa’s death: 3-day mourning in State

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Thiruvananthapuram: All government offices, courts and educational institutions were shut Tuesday in the State where a three-day mourning has been declared as a mark of respect to late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.

While the government earlier in the day declared that all its offices and educational institutions, including professional colleges will remain shut for the day, the state cabinet met Tuesday morning and decided to observe a three-day mourning to pay homage to Jayalalithaa, whom Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan described as an unparcelled leader gifted with rare political acumen and administrative skills.

The cabinet meeting, which began with a minute's silence, expressed condolence at the passing away of Jayalalithaa and concluded without taking up any of listed agenda.

It also passed a resolution expressing condolence at the passing away of Jayalalithaa.

The cabinet also decided to observe a three-day mourning from December six. All government programmes, scheduled to be held during the three days, would be held without any ostentatious display.

State government offices, state owned PSUs, High Court and other Courts in the state and educational institutions, including professional colleges did not function.

Examinations to be conducted by various universities in the state were postponed.

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