Though the High Court had given permission to both State and Centre government to erect banners for the talks between the world leaders in Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu government opts to go banner free for Modi-xi summit.
Despite the Tamil Nadu government getting permission to put out posters and cutouts during the Second India-China informal Summit at Mahabalipuram, the giant cutouts were absent along the East coast stretch which should be appreciated after that horrific death a young techie.
The recent death of Chennai techie Subashri created a lot of uproars and social media noise prompting the government to crack down on the banner culture which is prevalent in Tamil Nadu.
It is to be recalled that Subhasri, a resident of Chennai, was riding her two-wheeler at the Pallavaram-Thoraipakkam radial road at Pallikaranai near the Kamatchi Hospital when the banner placed by an AIADMK ex-councillor Jayagopal fell over her.
As soon as her vehicle skidded out, she fell on the road where and water tanker instantly crushed her on its way. Subhasri, a B.Tech graduate, was returning home after work and had written the IELTS exam to go to Canada.