AIADMK MLAs' disqualification case: Madras HC verdict has given extension to 'anti-people' government, says TTV Dhinakaran
Dhinakaran, who has vowed to unseat Chief Minister O Palaniswami after the latter revolted against him, had been claiming that the government would not last long.
The unified AIADMK is likely to retain E Madhusudanan while the DMK is also likely to repeat its candidate Marudhu Ganesh.
It was on expected lines when T T V Dhinakaran, ousted deputy general secretary of the AIADMK, “expelled” some of the leaders who had sided with the factions headed by Chief Minister ‘Edappadi’ K Pala
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On his part, Dhinakaran, the party's sidelined deputy chief, continued with his 'sacking' spree, removing a minister from a party post, and also split a district unit to accommodate his supporters.
A day after AIADMK deputy general secretary T T V Dhinakaran announced party positions for 60 people in the ruling faction, including 20 legislators, four of the MLAs turned down the offer.