Thursday, March 30, 2017
News

We will oppose Palanisamy in floor test: DMK's M.K. Stalin

   SocialTwist Tell-a-Friend    Print this Page   COMMENT

Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India] | February 17, 2017 12:01:13 AM IST
 
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) leader M.K. Stalin on Friday said they would oppose Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palanisamy in the assembly in Saturday's floor test.

"If he (Edappadi K. Palanisamy) seeks vote of confidence tomorrow, we will oppose him in the assembly. Our 89 MLAs will vote against him," Stalin told media here.

Stalin further said people from all walks of life have been badly affected due to political crisis in Tamil Nadu.

The newly appointed Tamil Nadu Chief Minister will seek the vote of confidence on February 18 i.e. tomorrow.

"Vote of Confidence to be taken on 18th.#TNAssembly," the AIADMK tweeted yesterday.

Minister K.A. Sengottayan has been appointed as the floor leader of the Tamil Nadu Assembly ahead of Saturday's floor test.

Sengottayan will monitor and manage the floor test's proceedings.

Earlier in the day, the Panneerselvam camp sacked jailed general secretary V.K. Sasikala from the primary membership of the party.The sacking order was passed and authorised by former party Presidium Chairman E. Madhusudanan.

Madhusudanan also sacked AIADMK deputy general secretary T.T.V. Dinakaran and S. Venkatesh, relatives of Sasikala, citing that they had been readmitted to the party without proper authority.

The political stalemate in Tamil Nadu finally came to an end when Palanisamy took oath as 13th Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu on Thursday. A total of 31 other MLAs were also sworn-in. (ANI)

Watch News Videos

 
  LATEST COMMENTS (0)
POST YOUR COMMENT
Comments Not Available
 
POST YOUR COMMENT
 
TRENDING TOPICS
 
 
 
CITY NEWS
MORE CITIES
INDIA WORLD ASIA
Congress condemns Finance Bill, brands a...
West Bengal: Police arrests three with i...
Sanskrit Board will teach students about...
India remains engaged with NSG over seek...
Congress never politicises issues relate...
1984 riots was 'state-sponsored terror' ...
More...    
 
 Top Stories
Argentina approves medicinal use of... 
Prince's former wife talks about hi... 
Study predicts major Southern Calif... 
Trump creates commission to seek so... 
PSL spot-fixing row: Mohammad Irfan... 
India takes U.S. visa fee hike matt... 
Rajya Sabha passes Finance Bill... 
No hint of politics in my movie on ... 
 
Weather in Delhi