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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

O. Panneerselvam revolts against Sasikala

O. Panneerselvam revolts against Sasikala
Chennai: Tamilnadu  took one more trun on Tuesday, 7th February 2017 in unfolding late night drama chief minister O. Panneerselvam finally spoke up against All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) general secretary V.K. Sasikala.

After spending nearly 40 minutes meditating in front of the late chief minister J. Jayalalithaa’s memorial at around 9 pm on Tuesday, he said, “I was forced to resign from the Chief Minister’s post.”
“If people want I will recall my resignation,” he said.
“Anyone (not necessarily Panneerselvam) who works for the betterment of the party and the state should lead. And, if required, I would fight all alone to save the people of Tamil Nadu,” he said
“I rejected the chief minister’s chair. But they (AIADMK) compelled me saying that people would accept me as Amma had appointed me twice in earlier occasions.”
He added: “Now they have embarrassed me and the Chief minister’s chair”.  Panneerselvam began addressing the press by saying, “I’m going to say some truths. My conscience has been pricking me.”
Explaining the incidents that happened during the hospitalization of late chief minister J.Jayalalithaa, he claimed that Jayalalithaa had said that E. Madhusudhanan should become the general secretary of the AIADMK.
This comes in at a time when a lack of clarity continues to loom over Tamil Nadu politics.
Sasikala, who was appointed as the general secretary of the ruling party on 31 December, was elected as legislature party leader by the AIADMK legislators on Sunday, 5th February 2017. The party had said that she will soon become the chief minister of the state.
However, with the Supreme Court on Monday saying that the verdict in a disproportionate assets (DA) case in which Sasikala is an accused will be delivered within a week, there has been a strong buzz that the governor Vidyasagar Rao is considering the legal aspects before administering the oath of office to Sasikala. Sasikala is the second accused in the DA case after Jayalalithaa.
Earlier, former speaker P..H.. Pandyan alleged that Jayalalitha was pushed at home before she was admitted to hospital. He also said that Jayalalitha told him that Shashikala should not become the General Secretary of the Party or Chief Minister of the State.

 On Monday, 6th February 2017 in a hurriedly called press conference  doctors of Appollo Hospital including British Doctor Richers  Pealay rejected the roomers that there was an conspiracy behind Jayalalitha’s death. They said that Jayalalitha died due to failure of multy organ failure and cardiac arrest.

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