August 8, 2018 16:33 IST

Karunanidhi's mortal remains being taken in a procession from Rajaji Hall to Marina Beach

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Karunanidhi's final journey begins DMK President and former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Wednesday began his final journey on a flower-decked military vehicle from Rajaji Hall where his body was lying in state since early in the morning. The tri-colour covered body of the 94-year old veteran politician was put on a military vehicle by military personnel shortly before 4 p.m. Karunanidhi, who led the DMK for the past five decades, was the Chief Minister for 19 years spread over five tenures.
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Karunanidhi's final journey begins, mortal remains being taken to Marina Beach The DMK had earlier said the vehicle carrying Karunanidhi's body will reach Anna Square on the Marina Beach, covering a distance of less than three kilometers.
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Karunanidhi's final journey begins, mortal remains being taken to Marina Beach DMK leader and Karunanidhi's son M.K. Stalin, accompanied by party leaders, walked ahead of the military vehicle as the funeral procession made slow progress, with thousands crowding the streets.
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Karunanidhi's final journey begins, mortal remains being taken to Marina Beach MK Stalin has appealed to people to keep calm during the final journey.