Ms Jayalalithaa, who attended the Chief Ministers conference on the NCTC chaired by the prime minister in Delhi, returned to the Tamilnadu House in the evening.
There she met the reporters and answered their questions.
When they asked her about the Prime Minister's statement on the NCTC in which he had claimed was not a Centre versus state issue, she retaliated saying that was not the perception of the Chief Ministers of states.
To a question on whether the AIADMK would back the congress party candidate in presidential elections, Ms Jayalalithaa said that her party had not taken any stand and that nobody had approached her with a concrete proposal.
When asked about the commissioning of the Koodankulam Nuclear plant, the Tamilnadu chief minister said that power would be generated from the plant within about 10 days.
To the reporters' query on whether the Tamilnadu government's proposal on setting up a committee to deliberate about the NCTC was accepted, she said that she had put forth the proposal to the central government. She said, it remained to be seen what decision would be taken at the end of the meeting.
Returning to Chennai in the evening she was received by the state ministers.