Former Tamil Nadu CM Edappadi Palaniswami's personal assistant held for cheating people by promising government jobs
Mani had approached the district court seeking anticipatory bail, which was rejected following which he filed a petition in the Madras HC.
EPS, OPS inspect the rain-affected coastal delta region and interact with several farmers
AIADMK joint coordinator Edappadi K Palaniswami on Monday charged that Chief Minister MK Stalin with threatening opposition parties for pointing out the government’s mistakes.
He then urged the government to provide a compensation of Rs 30,000 to the rain-affected farmers, claiming that standing crops on five lakh acres are underwater in delta districts.
They made the remark in response to Stalin’s statement that the previous AIADMK government failed to implement smart cities works properly.
Palaniswami said that Shanmugam's life is at threat following an attack on him in 2006, during which an AIADMK cadre was murdered.
Taking strong exception to Chief Minister MK Stalin’s remark that the previous AIADMK
While Palaniswami paid tributes to Muthuramalinga Thevar in Chennai, Panneerselvam paid homage to him in Periyakulam
The delegation also urged the Governor to call for a detailed report on the conduct of the elections and take action against all erring persons in the State machinery.
Seeking to play down the golden jubilee celebrations for the AIADMK by Sasikala, Jayakumar described it as an effort to create confusion and said it would not have any impact on the party's cadre.
He claimed that the rule of law prevailed during the AIADMK government tenure, which even received an award for best governance.
The minister added that Palaniswami was blabbering on and on as he fears his party’s defeat in the upcoming rural local body elections in nine districts in the State.
Addressing party meetings in Sankarankovil and Tirunelveli on Friday, Palaniswami said, “In the last Assembly polls, we received more votes from the rural areas than urban parts of the State.
During his speech, Palaniswami claimed there were no rowdies or kangaroo courts during the AIADMK regime.
Ten suspects except Jayalalithaa’s former driver Kanagaraj, who died in a road accident, had been arrested and released on bail.