Amidst the uproar in the AIADMK over O Panneerselvam’s remark on VK Sasikala, the latter has begun her one-week-long tour of several districts on Tuesday.
Panneerselvam's remarks come days after the party's co-coordinator Edappadi Palaniswami categorically denied that Sasikala would be admitted into the party
In an amusing turn of events, the State government has found itself drawn into the VK Sasikala-AIADMK leadership tussle.
The complaint was lodged at the Mambalam police station by the party’s organisational secretary D Jayakumar.
In a letter to the supporters published in her souvenir released on October 17, to commemorate the golden jubilee year of the AIADMK, Sasikala had asked,
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.
Without hitting out at anyone in the AIADMK, Sasikala chanted the ‘unity mantra’ as she did when she decided to keep away from politics eight months ago.
This call from Sasikala as the AIADMK steps into its golden jubilee year assumes significance.
He was received by his lawyer outside the Bengaluru Central Prison at Parapanna Agrahara. According to sources, Sudhakaran left for Chennai immediately after his release.
A number of her supporters gathered at the Jayalalithaa memorial and greeted her. On her way to the Marina from her T Nagar residence, Sasikala used a car with an AIADMK flag.
Sources in the Bengaluru Central Prison said that the disowned foster son of former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, J Jayalalithaa, has completed all formalities required for his release.
The AIADMK on Monday said none of its cadre would join hands with VK Sasikala as she has been rejected by the public.
Justice G K Ilanthiraiyan, who quashed the order, directed the Revenue department to conduct an enquiry afresh, after she had earlier moved the court over the matter.
The assets, which include the bungalow at Siruthavur and 21 acres of land besides other properties, were attached under Section 24 (3) of the Prohibition of Benami Property Transactions Act.
The latest blow to the expelled AIADMK leader came on Wednesday, when her posh properties at Siruthavur, near Chennai, were attached.