Hitting out at MK Surappa for continuing in office despite the probe, DMK president MK Stalin said it was a 'mockery'.
DMK chief MK Stalin said the top court's ruling was a disappointment and urged PM Narendra Modi to ensure 50 per cent quota implementation.
Tamil Nadu CM Palaniswami should 'apologise' to farmers for support to farm bills: DMK chief MK Stalin
Stalin claimed history will not forgive Palaniswami for taking pride in saying he was a farmer and yet supporting the 'anti-farmer' farm bills.
After a hiatus, Amma Canteens resumed providing free food from June 19 when the lockdown - without several relaxations allowed previously - kicked in.
Palaniswami, after chairing official meetings to review anti-COVID-19 measures and other projects said the government would help people to the maximum possible extent.
Palaniswami said 33,839 persons were tested for coronavirus infection symptoms at 527 fever camps and 694 persons are undergoing treatment.
The chief minister had a telephonic conversation with Sriperumbudur legislator K Palani, who was admitted to a private hospital in the city, an official release here said.
Palaniswami's assertion comes days after it was widely speculated by many on social media that the sharp increase COVID-19 cases would make the state announce a stricter lockdown.
Tamil Nadu CM Palaniswami greeted the 13-year girl who reportedly convinced her father to spend his savings for the needy.
Palaniswami had blamed the reluctance of the vegetable vendors of the sprawling market here to move out as a major reason for the spread of COVID-19 in the state.
Stalin called EPS' remark related to the manner in which coronavirus spread in TN a "joke," and wanted the CM to stop uttering such things and instead sought measures to end COVID-19 spread.
The ruling AIADMK's official Twitter handle issues regular updates, even as DMK President M K Stalin and the state BJP are also active on the microblogging site.
The statement said that a Rs 5 crore cheque was handed over to N Muruganandam, Principal Secretary to government of Tamil Nadu, Industries Department, by Hyundai officials.
Tamil Nadu CM Palaniswami also announced that the 11th and 12th standard public exams would be held as scheduled.
Palaniswami appealed to Muslim outfits to reject false propaganda and malicious rumours and cooperate for social harmony.