Who was the CM of Tamil Nadu in 1989?

Who was the CM of Tamil Nadu in 1989?

The ninth legislative assembly election of Tamil Nadu was held on 21 January 1989. Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) won the election and its leader M. Karunanidhi, became the Chief Minister. It was his third term in office.

Who introduced Jayalalitha?

In 1982, when M.G.R was chief minister, Jayalalithaa joined the AIADMK, the party he founded. Her political rise was rapid; within a few years she became AIADMK propaganda secretary and was elected to the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of India’s Parliament.

Why was DMK government dismissed in 1989?

President’s rule was imposed on Tamil Nadu from 31 January. The reason cited for the dismissal was the deterioration of law and order in the state. The dismissal followed pressure on the Chandra Shekhar government by the Congress and AIADMK to dismiss the DMK government.

At what age Jayalalitha died?

68 years (1948–2016)J. Jayalalithaa / Age at death

Is Jayalalitha still alive?

Deceased (1948–2016)J. Jayalalithaa / Living or Deceased

Why was DMK dissolved?

Elections under Karunanidhi’s presidency The 1991 election was held with the backdrop of DMK government having dissolved within 2 years of formation due to pressure from ex-Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi leading an alliance with Samajwadi Janata Party.

Why was Jayalalitha’s saree pulled in the Assembly?

It has an intense glimpse of the controversial saree pulling incident in the Assembly. Why Jayalalitha’s saree was pulled in the Assembly? On March 25, 1989, Jayalalithaa, the Leader of the Opposition and the first woman in the state to occupy that post, was assaulted in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly.

When was Jayalalithaa elected to the Tamil Nadu legislative assembly?

At the age of 41, Jayalalithaa entered the Assembly successfully contesting the subsequent 1989 elections on the basis of being M.G.R.’s political heir. She was elected to the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly in 1989 as a representative of the Bodinayakkanur constituency.

What happened to Jayalalithaa on March 25?

On March 25, 1989, Jayalalithaa, the Leader of the Opposition and the first woman in the state to occupy that post, was assaulted in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly. Her close aide Natarajan’s…

What is the history of Jayalalithaa’s party AIADMK?

She successfully led the campaign in the 1984 general elections, in which the AIADMK allied with the Congress. Following his death in 1987, the AIADMK split into two factions: one supported his widow, Janaki Ramachandran This faction was called AIADMK (JA) and the other favoured Jayalalithaa called AIADMK (J).