Image Source : PTI (FILE) Jayalalithaa’s 73rd beginning anniversary: Legacy battle continues as AIADMK, Sasikala plan large to mark the day
Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK has lined up a collection of occasions on February 24 (Wednesday) to mark the 73rd beginning anniversary of former get together chief and CM J Jayalalithaa. However, all eyes are actually on ousted AIADMK chief and Jayalalithaa aide VK Sasikala, who has accomplished her COVID-19 quarantine interval. Her crew can also be making ready large for the occasion.
According to a number of media reviews, Sasikala's crew members are making ready for a grand roadshow on Jayalalithaa's birthday. Notably, Sasikala returned to Tamil Nadu after 4 years on February 9 to a grand welcome by supporters. Her arrival left the ruling get together in jitters forward of the upcoming Assembly elections. Sasikala was greeted by giant variety of individuals at a number of locations en route with firecrackers, garlands, showers of petals and drumbeats.
Wary of the Sasikala issue, the AIADMK has requested its cadres to take a pledge, within the title of Jayalalithaa on her beginning anniversary by lighting a lamp of their homes, to protect the get together. While Palaniswami is co-coordinator and Chief Minister, Panneerselvam is coordinator and Deputy Chief Minister. The leaders have requested the AIADMK employees to gentle a lamp at 6 pm and take a vow in Jayalalithaa's title to guard individuals and guard the AIADMK until their final breath.
While the check of Assembly polls is not far away in about two months, "enemies and betrayers have joined hands to defeat the AIADMK", high AIADMK leaders O Panneerselvam and Okay Palaniswami stated in a letter to cadres. Vowing to retain energy for the second time in a row, they stated such 'anti-people' forces should be taught a lesson once more by vanquishing them by hardwork, unity and allegiance to the get together.
Panneerselvam and Palaniswami asserted that the loyalty of AIADMK employees can't be 'bought' by any method be it allurement or by hurling accusations.
On the opposite hand, the principle opposition DMK, which is out of energy for nearly ten years is leaving no stone unturned to win polls doubtless in April. The AIADMK, which snatched the reins of energy in 2011 from archrival DMK, emerged victorious once more in 2016 below Jayalalithaa's management.
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