Briefing media, Narayanasamy charged the L-G of indulging in ‘anti-people’ activities by going against the elected government’s decisions.
He said the Puducherry unit of the BJP wants him to be arrested for his statement on the Centre's intention to merge the Union territory with neighbouring states, but he was not frightened
Narayanasamy had condemned the police action against Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadras as a clear 'exposure of the Jungle Raj and Hitler Raj in UP.'
After her condition deteriorated, she was referred to the Delhi's Safdarjung hospital where she breathed her last on Tuesday.
There is hardly any matter where the Lt Governor is not ‘interfering’, despite the Madras High Court orders, said the Chief Minister
Narayanasamy said that the reservation of seats for Puducherry is incorporated in the JIPMER Act and therefore, cannot be altered.
"You can dismiss the government if you wish to. Try doing it and see (the consequences). So many people have tried (but failed)," said Chief Minister V Narayanasamy
CM Narayanasamy exhorted farmers to come and take part in the agitation which would be held by adopting social distancing and other safeguards in view of the COVID-19 pandemic
The MLA is right, said Bedi, adding, "This (agitation) is a clear undermining of the joint hard work being put in to contain the COVID spread."
In a memorandum to Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi on Thursday with a copy to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Anbazhagan demanded that action be taken under the Disaster Management Act 2005
Puducherry CM Narayanasamy buries the hatchet, lauds co-operation of L-G Kiran Bedi for dip in COVID-19 cases
Narayanasamy said the unified approach is responsible for the decline in the cases of infection.
Perez, 64, of Trumbull, Connecticut, and Dunn, 72, of Stratford, Connecticut, were each charged with wire fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud and with making false statements to investigators.
Spelling out his government's stand on NEET, Narayanasamy said it should be done away with as precious lives of young students have been lost due to incidents of suicide, anxiety and fear.
The Chief Minister on Monday also reiterated that the Centre should cancel the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET)
The letter rejected Central government's recommendation asking states to borrow funds in bid to make up for the losses.