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At the Secretariat, the PWD Minister, O. Paneerselvam administered a pledge to his ministerial colleagues and staff for ensuring communal peace in the country.
In the absence of the Chief Minister, the PWD Minister also paid floral tributes to the portrait of Rajiv Gandhi. Congress leaders congregated at Little Mount at Saidapet here to garland the statue of Rajiv Gandhi.
Barring the former TNCC presidents, Vazhapadi K. Ramamurthy and K.V.Thangabalu, all Congress leaders including the functionaries of the disbanded TMC, Peter Alphonse, S.G.Vinayagamurthy and D.Sudarsanam, later assembled at the TNCC office at Teynampet here to pay floral homage to a portrait of Rajiv Gandhi.
A free medical camp was organised by the former MP, R. Anbarasu, at Sriperumbudur, where Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated on the night of May 21, 1991.
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