The day after

Print edition : October 31, 2014

The thatched cover of the rajagopuram of Kalayarkoil in Sivaganga district caught fire when some AIADMK cadre burst firecrackers in the mistaken belief that Jayalalithaa had been granted bail on October 7. Photo: By Special Arrangement

A poster in Chennai asking Judge John Michael D'Cunha to apologise to "People's Chief Minister" Jayalalithaa and the people of Tamil Nadu, linking the sentence to the Cauvery dispute. Photo: By Special Arrangement

In Namakkal and elsewhere in the State, women belonging to AIADMK ate food mixed with mud in temples after Jayalalithaa was sentenced. Photo: By Special Arrangement.

AIADMK activists stage bizarre acts of protest across Tamil Nadu after Jayalalithaa’s conviction on September 27 and the rejection of her bail plea on October 7.
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