DMK authorities is the one one within the nation to be dismissed on corruption expenses, says the Chief Minister
AIADMK co-coordinator and Chief Minister Edappadi Ok. Palaniswami on Wednesday challenged DMK president M.Ok. Stalin to an open debate on the corruption expenses levelled by the latter.
Addressing an election marketing campaign ‘Vetrinadai Podum Tamizhagam’ (Tamil Nadu marches on efficiently) in Anthiyur, Erode, he recalled that Mr. Stalin had submitted a memorandum to Governor Banwarilal Purohit, levelling corruption expenses in opposition to him and a few Ministers. “Where did the corruption take place? I am ready for a debate, at any place, and if he has the courage, he should take part in it, without any notes,” he mentioned.
According to him, the DMK authorities was the one one within the nation to be dismissed on corruption expenses . “They [the DMK] committed a rice scam, the Veeranam scam and a pesticide scam,” he mentioned. He mentioned the 2G spectrum rip-off [accused acquitted] had rocked the whole world, and “the scam kings” had been now criticising the AIADMK authorities.
Earlier, he raised doubts if senior DMK leaders in opposition to whom circumstances had been pending would have the ability to contest within the Assembly election because the Madras High Court had known as for expediting trial in felony circumstances involving elected representatives.
At Bhavani, Mr. Palaniswami alleged that Mr. Stalin was holding ‘makkal gram sabhas’ solely in charge the federal government and deceive the individuals.
Recalling related conferences previous to the final Lok Sabha polls, when Mr. Stalin collected petitions from the individuals, he questioned to whom he had submitted them, or what steps he had taken to resolve the grievances.
At Punjai Puliyampatti, Mr. Palaniswami mentioned the DMK president had “chased away” his elder brother M.Ok. Alagiri [expelled during former Chief Minister Karunanidhi’s time] to advertise his son Udhayanidhi as his successor. He questioned how Mr. Stalin might do good to the individuals when he couldn’t settle for his brother. “First let him save his party from splitting,” the Chief Minister mentioned, accusing the DMK chief of making an attempt to seize energy via shortcuts.
Asking whether or not the DMK’s 2006 electoral promise of giving two acres of land to the landless had been fulfilled, he alleged that get together males had been grabbing land. Contending that AIADMK founder M.G. Ramachandran and his successor Jayalalithaa lived for the individuals, he mentioned the AIADMK authorities had taken motion in opposition to anybody who had dedicated an offence. In the case of DMK, the leaders themselves had dedicated errors, he mentioned.