The Tamil Nadu authorities has formally commenced the method of buying the sprawling three-storeyed residence of late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, ”Veda Nilayam”, to transform it right into a memorial.
A Rs 50 crore phoenix-themed memorial was already developing for the late AIADMK common secretary on the Marina, the place she was buried after her demise on December 5, 2016.
On Wednesday, the Chennai Collector issued a notification to amass the plush property on the upmarket Poes Backyard locality, for “public objective” and mentioned the undertaking entails no displacement of people.
The authorized inheritor for the constructing is but to be ascertained, it mentioned.
“This undertaking doesn’t contain the displacement of any households or relocation. There are not any undertaking affected households and therefore no query of relocation, resettlement and rehabilitation of the affected households,” it mentioned.
“Subsequently it’s declared that no space was recognized as resettlement space for the aim of rehabilitation and resettlement of the affected households,” the notification added.
Two mango timber, a jackfruit tree, 5 coconut timber, and 5 banana timber lend a lot greenery to the construction.
A plan of the land could also be inspected within the workplace of the Land Acquisition Officer and Income Divisional Officer, South Chennai Income Division, Guindy on any working day.
Fondly addressed as ”Amma”, that means mom in Tamil, by her supporters, Jayalalithaa died in December 2016 after receiving therapy on the Apollo Hospitals for 75 days.
Chief Minister Ok Palaniswami had earlier introduced that the plush bungalow can be transformed right into a memorial.
Final yr, a report by the Chennai district administration had mentioned the federal government’s resolution to transform the late AIADMK chief’s residence right into a memorial was “most acceptable.”
Since Jayalalithaa “was an outstanding lady chief in a male-dominated society and a task mannequin for ladies throughout the nation, the choice taken by the state authorities to transform her residence right into a authorities memorial is essentially the most acceptable one,” the report in August final mentioned.
As Jayalalithaa lived in ”Veda Nilayam” for over 30 years until her ultimate days, “this is able to be the suitable place for memorial. Shifting it elsewhere would harm the feelings of individuals,” it had mentioned.
The choice taken to amass ”Veda Nilayam” to transform it right into a memorial had been made on fairgrounds and for the welfare of the general public, it had then said.