Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Thursday extended "hearty greetings" to her Gujarat counterpart Narendra Modi for winning the Assembly polls for a third consecutive time in the state. Jayalalithaa rang up Modi and expressed "her hearty greetings", a state government press release in Chennai said.
Modi, who maintains a good rapport with Jayalalithaa, attended her swearing-in ceremony after the AIADMK had swept back to power in the April 2011 Assembly elections.
The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister had also deputed two of her party MPs, Dr V Maithreyan and M Thambidurai, as emissaries to attend Modi's Sadbhavana Mission in 2011.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Thursday extended "hearty greetings" to her Gujarat counterpart Narendra Modi.
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