Twelfth Assembly of Tamil Nadu

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Twelfth Assembly of Tamil Nadu
J. Jayalalithaa (cropped).jpg
14th Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu
In office
March 2, 2002 – May 12, 2006
Governor P. S. Ramamohan Rao
Preceded by O. Panneerselvam
Constituency Andipatti
Personal details
Born Jayalalithaa Jayaram
(1949-02-24) February 24, 1949 (age 68)
Mysore, Karnataka
Political party AIADMK
Website Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Official Website

Twelfth Assembly of Tamil Nadu was instituted after the victory of AIADMK and allies, in the 2001 state assembly election. O. Panneerselvam officially became the 13th and J. Jayalalithaa became the 14th Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu due to the election. Even though Jayalalithaa was the Chief Minister between May 14 and September 21 of 2001, the Supreme Court of India, declared that she did not legally hold the post, due to corruption charges from her previous Chief ministership.

Overview[edit]

Department Minister
Speaker K. Kalimuthu
Deputy Speaker A. Arunachalam
Leader of the House C. Ponnaiyan
Leader of Opposition K. Anbazhagan

Council of Ministers[edit]

Department Minister
Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam
J. Jayalalithaa
Deputy Chief Minister None
Finance and Law C. Ponnaiyan
Public Accounts S.R. Balasubramoniyan
Public Undertakings R. Jeevanantham
M.C. Sampath

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