“As such, when did the government err? When was justice denied to the affected? Stalin should clarify these points,” he added.
Thoothukudi custodial death: TN govt hands over Rs 20 lakh compensation; AIADMK, DMK give Rs 25 lakh each
Information Minister C Raju accompanied by Collector Sandeep Nanduri yesterday handed over the compensation announced by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami to the distressed family.
The photos carried in the newspapers owned by political parties prove their cadres have been throwing social distancing norms to the wind.
Much to the relief of district secretaries, DMK party president MK Stalin has assured that the high command will not remove any district secretary till the 2021 Assembly elections, said party sources.
Asked about the proposed medical college in this tourist town, he said he has done his part while the rest was in the hands of the state government.
Accordingly, DMK press relations officer TKS Elangovan filed a writ petition on Thursday.
The development came hours after the Supreme Court refused to entertain pleas of various political parties including the ruling AIADMK challenging the Centre's decision
The rift between the DMK principal secretary K N Nehru and district secretary Mahesh Poyyamozhi came to the fore once again with Mahesh removing three divisional secretaries from their posts.
The police said that he defamed the minister and MLA and later the content was allegedly shared on WhatsApp and Facebook by his personal assistant Keerthi Anand.
One of the conditions of the Centre to states to increase their borrowing limit was discontinuation of free electricity to farmers.
The matter relates to the press meet the MPs held on May 13 after meeting the state Chief Secretary with other party members on the prevailing COVID-19 situation in Tamil Nadu.
In a statement issued here, Stalin said Bharathi had given an explanation to his speech made at a party office and also expressed regret.
The Cuddalore Police recently filed a case against KS Alagiri and a few other Congressmen for staging a protest.
Baalu with MPs Dayanidhi Maran, Kalanidhi Veerasamy and Tamizhachi Thangapandian - had been to state Secretariat to meet Shanmugam to submit one lakh petitions seeking COVID-19 relief.
The deadly coronavirus has severely affected people's lives, economy, employment and business throughout the country.