DMK President MK Stalin unveiled the statue of former chief minister M Karunanidhi at Simmakkal in Madurai on Wednesday.
It appears that the expelled leader has realised that his demand to be taken back into the party has been rejected categorically.
A report which appeared in Express dated November 4 mentioned that the tour would be on the lines of DMK chief MK Stalin’s ‘Namakku Naame’ campaign, attracting young voters.
Around 80,000 students would benefit from the scheme once schools reopen in the Union territory. Funds to implement the scheme have already been allocated in the budget, said Narayanasamy.
He said that a representation in this regard was made on August 3, but it was not considered.
Three killed, 30 injured in stampede at Rajaji Hall as public pay homage to Karunanidhi’s mortal remains
Senbagavali, Saravanan (35) and another 60-year-old man whose identity is yet to be known died and around 30 others sustained injuries as they were caught in the stampede.
K S Sripathi, a former Chief Secretary under the Karunanidhi regime, says the former Chief Minister was keen on development of infrastructure of the State.
The foreign media at par with the Indian media penned down reports on one of the longest-serving politicians of India.
Sri Lanka's incumbent President Sirisena and his predecessor Rajapaksa in tweets said they were saddened by the death of the veteran Tamil Nadu leader.
Malayalam superstar Mammootty has written an emotional farewell message to former Tamil Nadu CM and DMK supremo Karunanidhi who passed away on Tuesday.
Narendra Modi accompanied by Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman arrived earlier today to pay their homage to the last Dravadian stalwart and former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi.
A writer par excellence, M Karunanidhi began penning scripts as a 20-year old for plays which became a vehicle for propagating principles of the Dravidian movement.
The film industry took to Twitter on Tuesday to express their grief and pay tribute to the great scriptwriter and tall leader of the Dravidian Movement.
The mortal remains of the DMK stalwart now lies near his political mentor C. N. Annadurai.
His role in strengthening areas of mutual cooperation and narrowing down the differences between Kerala and Tamil Nadu deserves special mention, said CM Pinarayi.