Chennai: The Tamil Nadu power tussle continued unabated Saturday with top leaders switching over to OPS camp. This seems to have created tension in the Sasikala camp, with the AIADMK general secretary writing to governor Vidyasagar Rao seeking immediate action to save 'the sovereignty of the Constitution and democracy'.
Developments of Saturday:
» After meeting the party MLAs, I feel happy: VK Sasikala after a meeting legislators at Golden Bay Resort at Kuvathur near Chennai
» The created time lag (in swearing-in) looks like it was intended to create a split in the party: Sasikala
» All party MLAs are fine and happy. We waited patiently till this moment for a reply from the governor: Sasikala
» From tomorrow, we would begin a new kind of protest. Delaying tactics is an attempt to create divisions in party: Sasikala
» Please wait and watch: Sasikala on question if she will look for legal remedies
» Tiruvannamalai MP R. Vanaroja reaches Panneerselvam's residence, extends support
» AIADMK's Tirupur MP V. Sathyabama meets O. Paneerselvam, offers support
» Rural industries minister P. Benjamin to visit OPS to extend support, tweets chief minister's office
» Ex-MLA K. P. Rajendra Prasad joins OPS camp
» BJP MP Subramanian Swamy meets governor Vidyasagar Rao, discusses current political scenario
» AIADMK leader C. Ponnaiyan backs OPS
» Sasikala writes to TN governor C. Vidyasagar Rao, seeks appointment to prove majority
» Sasikala tells Rao she believes he will "act immediately to save" the sovereignty of the Constitution and democracy.
» Tamil Nadu education minister K. Pandiarajan tweets: 'Will surely listen to the collective voice of my voters & decide in a way to uphold the dignity of Amma's memory & unity of AIADMK!'
» Pandiarajan joins the OPS camp
» Panneerselvam asks supporters to assemble at Marina beach to show strength
» Two AIADMK MPs pledge their support to Panneerselvam
Officials visit resort
» RDO visits resort where AIADMK MLAs are staying
» RDO's visit to ascertain whether AIADMK MLAs are being held captive
» The MLAs reportedly said they were not forced to stay at the resort.
» The move comes in the wake of an HC directive to police
» Stone pelting by AIADMK activists against media persons at resort