Chennai: As Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa continues to remain critical, normal life remained largely unaffected in Tamil Nadu.
With the state reporting no untoward incident after Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa suffered a cardiac arrest, public transport like buses and train services plied as usual.
Even educational institutions remained open, police said.
Although the AIADMK government has not declared a holiday for educational institutions, some of them remained closed with the respective managements taking a decision in this regard.
Government and aided schools functioned normally.
Commercial establishments, including petrol stations, many of which had closed last night following a setback in the Chief Minister's health, largely remained open, police said.
Hotels and restaurants served customers as usual.
68-year-old Jayalalithaa was admitted to Apollo Hospital on September 22 after she complained of fever and dehydration, and later treated for infection and respiratory problems.