The ousted DMK chief, MK Alagiri, held talks together with his shut associates and supporters in Madurai on Sunday about his subsequent political plan of action and mentioned he might make an announcement quickly.
Asking his supporters to be ready for any form of transfer on his half, Alagiri mentioned he might or might not come to a “good determination” seven years after he was expelled from the DMK for alleged anti-party actions within the wake of sibling rivalry. together with his brother and the present occasion boss MK Stalin.
Provided that the Meeting elections in Tamil Nadu are prone to be held in April-Could, there may be hypothesis concerning the position of the previous Union minister, from becoming a member of the BJP to floating his personal staff. He additionally pointed his weapons at Stalin, claiming that his youthful brother “may by no means turn into prime minister” of Tamil Nadu.
“I’ll announce my determination quickly. Supporters ought to settle for it, whether or not it’s a good determination or not,” Alagiri mentioned at a well-attended gathering of his supporters.
The previous secretary of the DMK Southern Group mentioned he was by no means behind the posts and claimed that such duties had been “imposed” on him by his father and the late DMK boss M Karunanidhi.
Recalling the oblique victory in Tirumangalam in 2009 in Madurai underneath his management, when DMK was in energy within the state, Alagiri mentioned that he made positive his occasion received by a margin of 40,000 votes.
Opposite to claims of a “Tirumangalam method” involving the distribution of money “by the media and a few folks,” Mr. Alagiri mentioned that he had secured the DMK’s victory solely by way of onerous work.
He claimed that brothers Stalin and Maran implored him to work and assist the occasion win within the Tirumangalamby elections.
He additional claimed that he had as soon as instructed Stalin that “you might be every part” after Karunanidhi and questioned why he was later fired from the occasion.
A critic of his brother, Mr. Alagiri mentioned that MK Stalin supporters usually hailed him as “future CM”.
“Now I say that Stalin can by no means turn into prime minister. My supporters is not going to enable it,” he added.
Alagiri, a former Madurai strongman from the DMK with appreciable affect within the southern districts, additionally claimed that Karunanidhi was not excited about contesting the 2016 Meeting elections, the place he received in his native Tiruvarur constituency.