Speed News from Tamil Nadu (June15)

Chennai, June15 (tamilnaducentral): Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami is reported to be holding key consultations with AIADMK MLAs and ministers at AIADMK headquarters now. Reports suggest that he could be deliberating on the demands put forth by loyalists of TTV Dinakaran.

Edappadi K Palaniswami must take note of the Times Now -Moon TV expose, said DMK working president M K Stalin. He said that they were again denied the permission to raise the  ‘MLAs for sale’ sting issue in the Assembly today. He urged that the entire Tamil Nadu Assembly must resign.

In the survey conducted among youth aged 18-25 years by Tamil magazine Nakkeeran, it has been found that actor Rajinikanth who has hinted about his political foray anytime soon enjoys a good support among women and youth.When the question was posed as to which party they would vote for in case of Assembly elections, 18 percent voted for AIADMK, 14 percent were for BJP, 8 for PMK and another 8 percent were in favour of MDMK. Another five per cent expressed support for Naam Tamilar Katchi and 8 percent of the survey population expressed that they do not support any party. It has also been found that DMK will not be affected in any manner due to Rajinikanth’s entry into politics.

MGR centenary celebrations should be held under the leadership of TTV Dinakaran,said his loyalists.

Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami categorically stated in the Assembly today that Thanjavur will not stand a chance to get AIIMS.

Deepa Jayakumar has now entered the fray to stake claim for AIADMK’s two leaves symbol. She is in New Delhi to meet the Election Commission officials and has reportedly claimed that she is the true heir of the two leaves symbol. Claiming that she has the backing of over one lakh AIADMK cadre, Deepa has demanded that the two leaves symbol should go to her  ‘MGR Amma Deepa Peravai’ (MADP). She has also urged that the EC conduct fresh elections for the post of General Secretary of the AIADMK.

Eight cities in Tamil Nadu crossed 100 degree Fahrenheit yesterday with the decrease in rainfall.

G Ramakrishnan, secretary of CPI(M), Tamil Nadu  has issued a press statement saying that AIADMK should not vote for the presidential candidate supported by BJP.

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