Chennai: Did not meet DMK chief, insists TTV

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Published Nov 3, 2018, 5:28 am IST
Updated Nov 3, 2018, 5:28 am IST
So, I can concretely say that both are corroborating to topple the government, and Stalin could have met Dhinakaran in the hotel.”
TTV Dhinakaran
 TTV Dhinakaran

Chennai: Stoutly denying his alleged meeting with DMK chief, Stalin, at a hotel in Madurai, AMMK leader TTV Dhinakaran, said that the AIADMK government is trying to create confusion in the party.

Addressing the media here on Friday, TTV Dhinakaran said that when he reached a hotel in Madurai, before going to Ramanathapuram to pay tribute to Muthuramalinga Thevar, he learnt that the Opposition leader also stayed in the new hotel.

 

“This is not a new thing. When politicians are scheduled to attend important functions, there would stay in main hotels and in the same manner, we stayed in the hotel, but I did not meet Stalin. He left early the next morning,” Dhinakaran said.

Meanwhile, fisheries minister D. Jayakumar said, “Going by the present political scenario, both AMMK and DMK are on the same page. They keep filing cases intermittently against the government and speak in one voice against the government. So, I can concretely say that both are corroborating to topple the government,  and Stalin could have met Dhinakaran in the hotel.”

The pact between both the parties is that Stalin would be Chief Minister and Dhinakaran would be his lieutenant, Jayakumar alleged. He also hit out at Dhinakaran stating that he won R.K Nagar election using the currencies of `20, but he could not do the same in the by-elections.“The AIADMK would win both by-elections and other elections. It would again come to power,” he added.

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