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Take resolution in the name of late Jayalalitha by lighting a lamp in homes, AIADMK appeals to party workers

In the letter written to the workers, the “examination” of the assembly elections is going to be held in about two months and the enemies and opponents have joined hands to defeat the AIADMK.

Birthday of late Jayalalithaa on 24 February.

The AIADMK asked its workers to take a pledge in the name of the late former Chief Minister by lighting a lamp in their homes on 24 February on J Jayalalithaa’s birthday to protect the party. In a letter to the workers, top party leaders O Panneerselvam and K Palaniswami said that the “examination” of the assembly elections is going to be held in about two months and enemies and opponents have joined hands to defeat the AIADMK.

Pledging to retain power for the second time in a row, he said that such ‘anti-people’ forces should be taught a lesson through loyalty, unity and hard work towards the party. Co-coordinator and Chief Minister Palaniswami and Coordinator and Deputy Chief Minister Panneerselvam, however, did not name anyone.

Resolution to ‘revive’ AIADMK

His appeal matters in the sense that the expelled leader VK Sasikala recently returned from Karnataka jail to Tamil Nadu and his nephew and Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam leader TTV Dinakaran pledged to ‘revive’ the AIADMK.

DMK took action against his officer

On the other hand, the DMK on Monday suspended Venkatesan of its Puducherry official for violating party discipline. Venkatesan resigned from the Assembly membership on Sunday. He was representing the Thattanchavadi constituency in the Puducherry Assembly. Venkatesan attributed the lack of funds for his resignation to meeting the demands of the people in the assembly constituency.

DMK general secretary Durai Murugan said in a statement, “Venkatesan violated party discipline and maligned him. He is being suspended from all posts of the party including primary membership. “The V Narayanasamy-led Congress government fell on Monday. Due to the resignation of several legislators in the last few days, the number of its supporting MLAs in the 33-member assembly was reduced to 11 while the opposition MLAs were 14, while seven seats are vacant.

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Source: www.tv9hindi.com

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