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In a statement, he noted that the financial irregularity came to the fore when the audit wing of TANGEDCO based at Tirunelveli held inspections.
Participating in the first demonstration since being elected party president, DMK chief M K Stalin levelled many charges against the ministers of the State on Tuesday.
TNCC president S Thirunavukkarasar led his party members in paying homage to the late leader.
While stating that a jokers’ rule was taking place in the State, DMK president MK Stalin on Saturday called the BJP government fascist.
In a tweet, DMK President M K Stalin alleged that the claim by Mallya about meeting Jaitely 'proved' that the BJP was 'a puppet' in the hands of corporate leaders.
It may be noted that ever since taking over the reins of the party, Stalin had sharpened the attack on BJP, the Centre and also the AIADMK government in the State.
The incident comes close on the heels of a DMK local functionary and others assaulting staff of a restaurant in Chennai with a video of it going viral.
Holding Electricity Minister P Thangamani responsible for the power shortage, he accused him of inefficient administration and indulging in corruption.
MK Stalin said the DMK demands dismissal of the gutkha scam-tainted Health Minister Vijayabaskar and Director DGP Rajendran.
Stalin said he was shocked over the 'inaction' of the Tamil Nadu government and Governor Banwarilal Purohit in moving against Tamil Nadu Health and Family Welfare Minister officials.
When questioned about the removal of a party functionary for welcoming him at Airport, he asked whether the party can remove all the 1.50 lakh persons attending the rally.
Within minutes of Stalin leaving, Collector K Rajamani along with Tourism Minister Vellamandi N Natarajan and S Valarmathi rushed to the site.
The newly-elected DMK chief on Twitter called the scholar's arrest undemocratic and against freedom of expression.
"I am the son of Karunanidhi. I do what I say," Alagiri told reporters here when asked about the rally.
Municipal Administration Minister SP Velumani on Friday refuted the allegations levelled by DMK president MK Stalin over the Smart City project being implemented in 11 cities across Tamil Nadu.