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Expelled DMK Leader MK Alagiri

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MK Alagiri was expelled from the DMK seven years in the past for alleged anti-party actions. (File)

Madurai:

Expelled DMK chief MK Alagiri on Sunday held discussions together with his shut assoiciates and supporters in Madurai over his subsequent course of political motion and stated he may make an announcement quickly.

Asking his supporters to be ready for any sort of transfer from him, Mr Alagiri stated he may both provide you with a “good decision” or not, seven years after he was expelled from the DMK for alleged anti-party actions within the wake of sibling rivalry together with his brother and incumbent social gathering chief M Ok Stalin.

With Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu prone to be held in April-May, the previous Union Minister’s position is being speculated, from becoming a member of the BJP to floating his personal outfit. He additionally educated his weapons on Stalin, claiming his youthful brother “can never become Chief Minister” of Tamil Nadu.

“I will soon announce my decision. The supporters should accept it whether is is good decision or not,” Mr Alagiri instructed a well-attended assembly of his supporters.

The former DMK South Organisation Secretary stated he was by no means behind posts and claimed such tasks have been “forced” on him by his father and late DMK chief M Karunanidhi.

Recalling the bypoll victory in Tirumangalam in 2009 in Madurai beneath his management, when DMK was in energy within the state, Mr Alagiri stated he ensured his social gathering gained by a margin of 40,000 votes.

Contrary to claims of a “Tirumangalam formula” involving money distribution “by media and some persons,” Mr Alagiri stated he had ensured the DMK”s victory solely by sheer arduous work.

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He claimed that Stalin and Maran brothers imploredhim to work and assist the social gathering to win within the Tirumangalamby ballot.

He additional claimed that he had as soon as instructed Stalin that “you are everything” after Karunanidhi and puzzled why he was kicked out of the social gathering later.

A critic of his sibling, Mr Alagiri stated MK Stalin’s supporters usually hail him as “future CM.”

“Now I say Stalin can never become chief minister. My supporters won’t allow you,” he added.

Mr Alagiri, a former Madurai strongman of the DMK with appreciable clout in southern districts, additionally claimed that Karunanidhi was not eager on contesting the 2016 Assembly polls, the place he gained from his native Tiruvarur constituency.

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