Sasikala’s brother V Dhivakaran has been publicly challenging the leadership of Dhinakaran, calling him ‘power hungry’ and blaming him for Sasikala’s fate.
Sasikala, who is serving a sentence in the disproportionate assets case, was granted emergency parole to attend her husband’s funeral on Wednesday at Thanjavur.
Sasikala’s husband Natarajan Maruthappa died due to multiple organ failure. It was not immediately known when the final rites will be held as the family anticipates a possible parole for Sasikala.
The woman alleged she was given away in adoption, which her adoptive father revealed on his deathbed.
The department searched at least a dozen locations, including AIADMK mouthpiece Jaya TV’s offices, and the office of Namadhu MGR.
When asked if Sasikala would stay at Poes Garden residence of late Chief Minister Jayalalithaa if released on parole, Dinakaran said, “Let her come first,” and asked where would the scribe who posed the question wanted Sasikala to put up.
In a report submitted to the Home Department and Director General of Police for Prison Department H N Sathyanarayana Rao, Roopa had alleged that the Prison Department officials were providing VIP treatment to V K Sasikala for a bribe of Rs 2 crore.
Panneerselvam said the PM Modi assured he would look into farmer issues in the drought-hit state as well.
The rift between Sasikala and Panneerselvam and the overall chaos in the party, highlights all that was wrong with the Dravidian movement
Sasikala went only after trying to portray herself as a martyr.
Now, after Jayalalithaa’s death, the AIADMK is poised to undergo another self-destructing transformation.
The notice was sent to Parappana Agrahara Central Jail in Karnataka where Sasikala is currently imprisoned
Tamil Nadu crisis: Now Panneerselvam camp takes on Sasikala, sacks her and the entire Tamil Nadu cabinet that took oath of office on Thursday.
As Edappadi Palaniswami was sworn in as Chief Minister, Panneerselvam’s house came under attack, stoned by men suspected to be supporters of the rival camp.
Palaniswami was administered the oath of office along with 30 ministers in four batches.