Meanwhile, at Siluvampalayam in Salem district, AIADMK joint coordinator Edappadi K Palaniswami hoisted the party flag.
They wrote a letter to the cadre on the eve of the party’s 49th anniversary.
This was officially announced by the party coordinator O Panneerselvam after marathon talks till the wee hours of Wednesday
Panneerselvam's message just two days ahead of the announcement of the CM candidate has caused further confusion among the AIADMK cadre about his stand
Former Minister Natham R Viswanathan, who held discussions with Palaniswami on Tuesday, called on Panneerselvam on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Panneerselvam held meetings with AIADMK’s deputy coordinators, KP Munusamy and R Vaithilingam, and former MP, Manoj Pandian, at his residence.
AIADMK spokesperson V Pugazhendi admitted that there were lengthy discussions on the Chief Minister candidate during the executive committee meeting but a decision could not be taken
Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Friday hailed the sacrifices of freedom fighter Immanuel Sekaran and his contributions to uplift the oppressed sections of society.
In a press statement, Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam on Sunday said he was saddened to know the singer has been severely affected by the virus.
The warning has been given in the backdrop of the row over the AIADMK's Chief Minister candidate going on for the past few days.
“If you act with discipline, tomorrow is ours,” Panneerselvam said in two tweets. Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami is yet to react to this development.
Chouhan had earlier announced in a tweet that he has tested coronavirus positive and appealed to all his colleagues whoever had come in contact with him to get tested for the pathogen.
It is expected to come up in 20 acres with amenities such as depots for buses, parking, restaurant and washrooms.
Panneerselvam too, in his reply to the Speaker, is said to have contended that he had not received any Whip for the trust vote.
The village panchayat-level secretary post and a few other positions were created by former AIADMK general secretary late J Jayalalithaa when the party was out of power in 2006.