Chennai, Apr20 (tamilnaducentral): Farmers of Tamil Nadu who have engaged in various forms of protests in New Delhi for over a month have temporarily suspended their protest. The protest has been led by Ayyakannu and said to have been put off till this Saturday. The protesters have firmy said unless the government promises to fulfilling their demands comes in writing, they will continue with their agitations.
After TTV Dinakaran stepped down from the AIADMK deputy general secretary post amid drama, Team OPS and EPS will soon get together to arrive at a decision relating to assuming positions in party and government.
The senior ministers of Tamil Nadu will start touring different districts from today to assess the extent of damages left by the unprecedented drought the state has witnessed in 140 years.
IT raid was held at the Chennai-based Sree Gokulam Chit Fund and Finance Pvt Co. that was launched by late Tamil Nadu chief minister MG Ramachandran in 1968 and said to be closely linked to AIADMK. Raids were conducted in 79 places in four states including Tamil Nadu.
TTV Dinakaran has been issued summon by Delhi Police in person in the AIADMK symbol bribery case.
Even as Tamil Nadu is going through a bitter power struggle and governance is thrown to the winds for the past eight months post the demise of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa, fire has been reported from her Siruthavur bungalow when the staff tried to burn a pile of dried leaves.Fire services were alerted to douse the fire.
The Governor’s bungalow in Chennai is now open to public, that was kicked off by Tamil Nadu Governor Vidyasagar rao yesterday. Those wishing to tour the facility should make prior registrations online at www.tnrajbhavan.gov.in. Ticket is priced at Rs 25 per individual.The Raj Bhavan will be open to public viewing on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 4 30 pm to 6 30 pm.