CHENNAI: Vice-President AIADMK (Amma), TTV Dhinakaran, must meet the Tamil Nadu governor, C Vidyasagar Rao, for the first time after 19 parliamentarians who were loyal to him, expressed their lack of confidence in the Chief Minister K Palaniswami . The governor made an appointment at 12:30 pm tomorrow for Mr. Dhinakaran and his team, sources told Raj Bhavan.
was given an appointment for a total of 10 people, including Mr. Dhinakaran, sources said that adding details of other members of the delegation was not known. However, the main collaborators of M. Dhinakaran must accompany during the meeting which is taking place amidst the demands of the opposition parties, including DMK, the governor leads Mr. Palaniswami to prove his majority in the assembly in view of the revolt.
One day after the formal merger of the two factions of the AIADMK ruler led by Mr. Palaniswami and then leader of the rebels and the current head of the Deputy Minister, O panneerselvam the 19 parliamentarians who allegedly Mr. M. Rao had met Dhinakaran on 22 August and stated that they had lost confidence in the Chief Minister. They had wanted to retire. The force of the camp has long reached 21 deputies who remain in neighboring Puducehrry.
Mr. Palaniswami and M. Dhinakaran are involved in a power struggle with the unified AIADMK stating that he had been withdrawn from the Secretary General on August 10 himself and questioning his authority to make changes to the party system. The DMK, the Congress and leftist parties also met with President Ramnath Kovind, who asked the governor to order a land test.
On the other hand, during the hearing of a PIL to request a ground examination before the Supreme Court of Madras, the State Attorney General argued that the 19 MLA revolt is an internal matter and that AIADMK the governor could not interfere in this matter .