Chennai, February 9

Political Uncertainty are taking place in Tamil Nadu political arena after the caretaker Chief Minister O Panneerselvam’s revolt against Sasikala Natarajan, the longtime confidante of late CM Jayalalithaa came out in the open.

Soon after Panneerselvam announced that he was forced to resign, Sasikala’s faction shifted AIADMK MLAs to a secret camp at Marakanam, 120 kilometers away from Chennai, bordering the neighbouring the Union Territory of Pondicherry. They are trying to meet the President also to show its might with a parade of MLAs before him. They are waiting for the President’s appointment, who is expected to come to Chennai this morning.

Political Uncertainty

Meanwhile, Panneerselvam also met with two MLAs, who support him and discussed future course of action with them. He said “I have my mentor late CM Jayalalithaa’s blessings. A good Government will soon be in place. A better change is going to take place soon in the State.”

His confident statement that he has full chances of forming a government has put the other camp feel the heat.

On the other hand, Tamil Nadu Governor Vidyasagar Rao will review the situation at Rajbhavan. He also will meet CS, DGP and Intelligence DG.

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