AIADMK authorises CM, Deputy CM to pick coalition for upcoming TN Assembly election
The text of the motion adopted at the party’s general council nevertheless, was quiet on the continuance of the party alliance with the BJP.
Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam at the meeting on Saturday|Image Credit:
The text of the movement adopted at the party’s basic council however, was quiet on the continuance of the celebration alliance with the BJP.
The ruling AIADMK’s general council on Saturday authorised its organizer, Deputy Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam and co-coordinator, Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami to form a “victory union” and finalise the seat-sharing arrangement with other parties for the upcoming State Assembly election.
A resolution to this impact was adopted by the council. It was proposed by two Ministers, M. R. Vijaybhaskar and K. Pandiarajan along with two other functionaries of the party.
At the very same time, the text of the motion was quiet on the continuance of the party alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP), about which the Chief Minister and the Deputy Chief Minister made a statement in the presence of Union House Minister Amit Shah at an event in Chennai in November.
The celebration also validated the declaration of Mr. Palaniswami as the candidate for the post of Chief Minister. It also backed the constitution of an 11- member steering committee.
Fourteen other resolutions, consisting of commendation of the Centre and the Chief Minister for the proposed vaccination drive for COVID-19 and an appeal to the Centre to dominate upon the Sri Lanka government not to disrupt the provincial council system, were embraced.
To name a few motions were those related to gratitude of the State federal government for the 7.5% horizontal quota for trainees of government schools in admission to medical courses, launch of Amma mini clinic services and the Pongal gift hinder.
R.B. Udhayakumar, Profits Minister, S. Semmalai and Vaigaichelvan, former Ministers, read out the text of all the resolutions.
B. Valarmathi, former Minister, likened Mr. Palaniswami and Mr. Panneerselvam to Ram and Lakshman, significant characters in the impressive, Ramayanam She termed the reported remarks of DMK’s Udhayanidhi Stalin against Mr Palaniswami as “intemperate.”
Previously, the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister paid their floral respects to the portraits of former Chief Ministers M.G. Ramachandran and Jayalaithaa at the place of the Council’s conference.
The Council’s members later observed a minute’s silence in memory of a number of leaders of the organisation and popular figures of the country who died in recent months.
The conference started at a marriage hall near here at about 11.30 a.m., almost two-and-a-half hours behind schedule. An unexpected authorities engagement for the Chief Minister and the failure of numerous members to reach the venue were cited as factors for the delay.
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