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Stalin threatens to move no-confidence motion

DNDEL8076 | 8/12/2017 | Author : G Jagannath | WC :262 | Politics & Governance



Chennai: Amid growing chorus for the merger of two warring factions of AIADMK, DMK on Friday threatened to move a no-confidence motion against Chief Minister Edappadi K Palanisami-led government.
DMK working president MK Stalin said that ‘if required’, his party --the principal opposition -- would move a motion of no-confidence against the AIADMK government.
The DMK’s warning comes a day after the Palanisami-led AIADMK faction ousted jailed party general secretary VK Sasikala’s nephew TTV Dinakaran from the post of deputy general secretary. The move was aimed at the merger with former CM O Panneerselvam-led camp.
Stalin said ever since the AIADMK split into three factions, headed by Palaniswami, Panneerslevam and Dinak
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