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The DMK, PMK, and Tamil Nadu Vivasayigal Sangam affiliated to the CPM on Saturday said they would be organising a protest against the proposed Chennai-Salem Green Corridor from next week.
The DMK men were showing black flags to Governor Banwarilal Purohit when he arrived at Namakkal as part of his routine visit to districts.
The ongoing session of the Assembly, which was adjourned on June 14, the day when the Madras High Court delivered a split verdict on the case relating to the disqualification of 18 AIADMK MLAs.
Purohit, who has defended his visits and interactions with officials had, however, said on April 17 that 'review' was a word invented by the media and he had not held such meetings.
DMK working president M K Stalin on Friday accepted the honours given by priests of the Sri Ranganathaswamy temple, but declined their invitation to enter the temple.
TTV Dhinakaran demanded that the AIADMK-led State government should answer the allegations made by Pon Radhakrishnan regarding terrorists having infiltrated into Tamil Nadu.
The DMK on Thursday moved the Madras High Court with a plea to furnish a copy of the report of CBI which investigated the case relating to seizure of `570 crores from three container lorries.
MK Stalin says his government will come to power through democratic means.
In his PIL, Elangovan had alleged that the cash, seized by election officials from three trucks near Tirupur in the state on May 13, 2016, was hawala money involving two states and sought a CBI probe.
The organisational set up in DMK headquarters is likely to be subjected to a major overhauling as the party working president MK Stalin has detected certain alleged irregularities.
A fresh war of words has broken out between leaders of the ruling AIADMK and the 18 disqualified MLAs, backing rebel leader, and RK Nagar MLA, TTV Dhinakaran.
Madras High Court slams authorities for not taking action against anti-Chief Justice comments on social media
The bench posed the question on a plea seeking direction to authorities to take action against some reported advocates, who trespassed into a clinic and threatened a doctor.
Chief Minister says he is not aware of any attempt by 18 disqualified MLAs to switch over from Dhinakaran camp.
Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami credited the State getting a favourable verdict in the Cauvery issue to the hard work put in by the AIADMK regimes in the past.
DMK Working President MK Stalin said the matter came under the State List and wondered how a proposed agency in Delhi could oversee the safety of a dam in Tamil Nadu.