DMK president and opposition leader MK Stalin claimed that the change in the government will happen without an election in Tamil Nadu.
In a party meet in Chennai to MK Stalin criticizes the State government’s failure to resolve the water issue, he also said that though the DMK has given a requesting letter to move a no-confidence motion against Assembly Speaker P. Dhanapal, its first preference was to dismiss CM Edappadi K. Palaniswami from Cabinet.
“It will happen soon. The Assembly session is going to begin, and there is no necessity for the change (of government) to take place through an election. The possibility of a change of regime without polls in high. There is no necessity for anyone to question that possibility. What you expect will happen, and you need not worry”, he said.
Mr. Stalin said that through Ministers were “staging a drama” by conducting Yagnas for rain, but the fact is they were trying to save to their government.
He said, even though Ex-CM Jayalalitha has declared four desalination projects, they have not been implemented. “The time is approaching for the removal of the government, which is not worried about the drinking water crisis in the (state) capital. The DMK is conducting demonstrations and will resort to a ‘jail bar’ protest if a solution to the crisis is not found,” he said.