Addressing a press conference on Friday, Narayanasamy said it was Kiran Bedi who stopped 52 decisions taken by his government
Soundararajan stated that she will be a sister to the people of Puducherry and they should have faith in her.
This is the first time in the history of Puducherry that a Tamil speaking person has been posted as Lt governor.
Launching a direct attack on PM Modi, Gandhi said that the PM had not allowed the elected government of the Union Territory to carry out a single work during the entire term.
The Central government allowed her to function as a de facto CM and she was removed just three months ahead of the elections.
Whatever I did was a sacred duty to fulfil my constitutional and moral responsibilities, says Kiran Bedi
Puducherry has a very bright future and now it is in the hands of the people, the former IPS officer said.
Not just Congress' victory but that of Puducherry residents too: CM Narayanawamy on Kiran Bedi's removal as LG
In a press meet, Narayanaswamy said that it is not a victory for the party but also for the people of Puducherry.
Opposition led by Leader of Opposition N Rangasamy earlier today demanded the resignation of Chief Minister V Narayanasamy claiming that the government has lost majority.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister V Narayanasamy has denied any irregularity. Further, he demanded an inquiry into the expenditures of Raj Nivas.
He told newsmen that the L-G should make it clear where Central funds are involved, and accused her of waging a vendetta by stalling the function since she was not invited.
The concerned organising secretary, Dr T Arun, Project Director of the Project Implementation Agency, has been directed to correct the omission, issue a fresh invite and tender an apology
Kiran Bedi writes open letter, says CM urging President to recall her due to transparency brought by her
Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy on Wednesday met President Ram Nath Kovind and urged him to recall the LG for her alleged interference with the administration of UT.
Bedi has been functioning as a typical autocrat in violation of constitutional provisions and rule of law, alleged Narayanasamy, adding that she is 'burying' democratic institutions
Addressing participants of the day-long fast to press for the demand to recall Bedi, Narayanasamy said there was indeed a threat of merging Puducherry with Tamil Nadu.
The L-G is reluctant to defer any longer as she has been trying since two years to implement the helmet rule strictly with much resistance from public and political parties.