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Chennai:  AIADMK today said it had no answer to whether its deceased party supremo Jayalalithaa had left behind a will for her properties worth about R
s.
 113.72 crore.
On being asked if Jayalalithaa had left behind a will, party spokesperson C Ponnaiyan told reporters, "There is no answer to this question."
He declined to say anything further.
The election affidavit filed by Jayalalithaa in April this year had mentioned several assets, including her swanky Poes Garden residence in Chennai.
The assets were valued at R
s.
 113.72 crore, including movable assets of R
s.
 41.63 crore and immovable assets of R
s.
 72.09 crore.


Asked if Poes Garden would be converted into a memorial, Mr Ponnaiyan said it would be decided by the party high command as well as the general and executive committees.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister O Panneerselvam and other Cabinet members paid floral tributes at Jayalalithaa's burial site in the MGR Memorial Complex on Marina beach today.
Veteran CPI leader Nallakannu and CPI State Secretary R Mutharasan called on Sasikala at Jayalalithaa's Poes Garden residence.
Later speaking to reporters, Nallakannu and Mr Mutharasan paid tributes to their deceased leader by showering flower petals on Jayalalithaa's portrait at her residence.
State ministers and AIADMK party workers paid floral tributes to Jayalalithaa at her residence as well as her burial site on Marina beach.
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