OPS rules out merger if Sasikala remains in AIADMK
“We will continue our demand for a CBI inquiry into the sudden demise of Jayalalithaa,” he says.
In a twist to the improvements of the most recent 24 hours, the previous Chief Minister, O. Panneerselvam, on Tuesday discounted the merger of the two groups of the AIADMK if V.K. Sasikala stays in an assembled party. He requested the ouster of her family, including T.T.V. Dhinakaran, from the AIADMK.
The AIADMK (Puratchi Thalaivi Amma) pioneer stated, “MGR and Amma were dependably against family run the show. In this way, we won’t rest until the Sasikala family is tossed out of the AIADMK. Gathering ought not be in the hands of a family.”
Earlier, sources in his camp said chats with the other camp would be just with conditions. “This discussion of ‘no conditions’ is all bunkum,” they included.
Mr. Panneerselvam made it clear that he can’t backpedal on his center request of a test into the “baffling” demise of the previous Chief Minsiter, Jayalalithaa. “We will proceed with our interest for a CBI investigation into the sudden destruction of Jayalalithaa.”
Group shaped for chats with OPS camp: Sengottaiyan
“A group has been shaped for chats with the O. Pannerselvam camp for a conceivable merger”, says School Education Minister K.A. Sengottaiyan.
He held dialogs with AIADMK (Amma) appointee general secretary Dhinakaran at the last’s living arrangement in Chennai.
Control battle in TN is totally expected: Muralidhar Rao
The BJP has removed itself from the unfurling show inside the two groups of the AIADMK saying that accusing the BJP or even the Central government was with no rationale in spite of the way that agent speaker of the Lok Sabha flew into Delhi the previous evening and is said to be in contact with gathering pioneers. Perused more
MLAs meet on board ”INS Chennai”
On board ”INS Chennai”, Finance Minister Jayakumar declined to append any essentialness to a MLAs meeting.
Prior in the morning, reacting to Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisami’s call, officials of the AIADMK AMMA amassed on board ”INS Chennai” and ”INS Sumedha” for a ‘day adrift’ occasion.
Gatherings on Monday
Late on Monday evening, upwards of 26 Ministers met at Electricity Minister Thangamani’s authentic living arrangement on Greenways Road in Chennai.
Another meeting was held at the home of Housing Minister Udumalai Radhakrishnan, in which a couple Ministers took an interest. Afterward, they joined the meeting at Mr. Thangamani’s living arrangement.
Earlier in the day, the Delhi Police booked Mr. Dhinakaran for supposedly endeavoring to pay off Election Commission authorities to get the ‘Two Leaves’ image for his gathering.
Mr. Dhinakaran visits Bengaluru to visit his close relative and gathering’s general secretary Sasikala, who is held up at the Parapana Aghrahara jail.
Mr. Dhinakaran has denied the charge.
The Delhi Police is required to visit Chennai on Tuesday for further test.
Prepared to sit and talk: OPS
Mr. Panneerselvam has communicated the certainty that the Sasikala group pioneers would approach him for merger talks.
On theories about the merger of the two AIADMK groups and that he would have been made “general secretary,” he said nobody has moved toward him for it up until now.
“On the off chance that drew nearer, we are prepared to sit and talk and I have certainty that they [leaders] will come [for talks],” he told correspondents at the airplane terminal.
We invite OPS’ call: Jayakumar
Inviting Mr. Panneerselvam’s “”call”” for solidarity, Mr. Jayakumar said the AIADMK officials talked about approaches to join the gathering and get back the ‘Two Leaves’ image solidified by the Election Commission.
Mr. Jayakumar denied bits of gossip that Sasikala and Mr. Dhinakaran host surrendered from the get-together.
”This resembles a kin battle. We’ll hold hands soon”, he said. Every one of the 128 AIADMK MLAs are remaining joined together and support a merger.
Thambidurai for Delhi
Appointee Speaker of the Lok Sabha M. Thambidurai left for New Delhi on Monday evening.
Mr. Thambidurai may meet Election Commission authorities with respect to the tussle over the ”Two Leaves” image.
Boss Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami and Mr. Thambidurai meet twice fuelling hypotheses.
Whenever Mr. Thambidurai addressed media at the Secretariat, he too invited Mr. Panneerselvam’s comments.
Passing by the recording appeared on TV slots, ladies Ministers seemed to have avoided both the gatherings. Be that as it may, the conspicuous non-attendant was Mr. Palanisami. Mr. Jayakumar, S.P. Velumani and C. Ve Shanmugam addressed inquiries from columnists.
The Ministers said they would talk about the likelihood of merger with OPS camp after Mr. Dhinakaran returns to Chennai.
The ladies serves excessively joined the meeting at Mr. Thangamani’s living arrangement and hence started the second round of dialog. Near midnight, the Ministers were seen leaving Mr. Thangamani’s home.