Now, 'Amma' Jayalalithaa stickers on relief materials for flood-battered people of Chennai
A post on Facebook claims that trucks coming from Coimbatore were stopped at the Sriperumbudur and Jayalalithaa's stickers were forcibly stuck on every pack.
Chennai: A day after a poster emerged in Tamil Nadu likening Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa to queen mother Sivagami (Ramya) from the movie `Bahubali`, a report on Saturday claimed that Amma's pictures are forcibly being pasted on relief materials meant for flood-hit people.
A post published by Vinod Dwarkani on Facebook claims that trucks coming from Coimbatore were stopped at the Sriperumbudur and Jayalalithaa's stickers were forcibly stuck on every pack.
Here's his account:
“6 trucks coming from Coimbatore. . Stopped at the Sriperumbudur. . And Amma stickers stuck on every pack and sent in.
Friends, just putting my anguish. Many of my friends who had gone to cuddalore with relief materials complained that thugs and goons are forcibly pasting Amma stickers on every box and only then clearing the vehicles. Shameless political tactics . I am even ashamed to talk about this but at the same time feel that people in interiors will be blindly believing this as amma’s work. Cheap and dirty than shit!
Guys I think we must forward this in every group … This is absolutely ridiculous”
Disclaimer: The authenticity of the image could not be verified.