Strengthened DMK to make assembly meeting stormy

By Xappie Desk, June 21, 2019 16:40 IST

Strengthened DMK to make assembly meeting stormy

The Tamil Nadu assembly meeting organized by the governor Banwarilal Purohit on June 28 to discuss the demands for the several departments, with the main opposition DMK having previously drawn the notice of no-confidence motion against the Speaker P Dhanapal. The disqualification act against the three Rebel AIADMK MLAs for supporting with independent MLA and AMMK general secretary T T V Dhinakaran. TN cabinet will meet on June 24 to clear new proposals.
 
The demands that the notice passed by opposition leader MK Stalin on May 28 on that day was taken up a list of business, immediately after the end of 14 days’ notice. The party keeps the lack of numbers, especially after its poor performance in the by-polls seats. The DMK organizing secretary R S Bharathi said “We are not in a dilemma over pursuing the notice. As of now, the notice given by the party president holds good. He will reveal the party’s stand on his return to the city on Saturday”. The DMK and its allies enjoy a strength of 108, including seven of Congress and one IUML, as against the ruling party’s 123 in the 234-member House.
 
However, the DMK leader harsher about the notice in wake of party’s chief’s “wait and watch” policy, everybody is waiting for a business advisory committee of the assembly to meet on June 24 to decide on the business transactions for the month-long meeting. The sources said DMK chief is issued the no-confidence motion notice, “If he says yes, the motion will be brought to the assembly for leave of house on the first day, which is July 1”. The meeting will postpone on June 28 after making notice references on AIADMK MLA R Kanakaraj (Sulur) a DMK MLA K Rathamani (Vikravandi), and former MLAs.
 
In that meeting opposition gearing tor government on several problems like as severe water crisis, suicide by students over NEET. The party already declared the state-wide protests on June 22 demanding on a war-footing to the gear water crisis, “administration failure” that has left the state high and dry. The Stalin lardy demanded the government for the water crisis on the day of the assembly.
 
The ruling party is rejuvenating for the oppositions after having gained capable strength to run the performance. “Even if rebel MLAs stay away, and those who won on AIADMK symbol keep off, we will still have a majority and him intact despite the poaching threat of the DMK. We are prepared”, the Senior leader said. CM Edappadi K Palaniswami, with his deputy, O Panerselvam, had special district wise meeting with all MLAs, ministers recently to maintain “decorum” in the House.
 



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