Chennai: Last Week Madras High Court questioned Tamil Nadu police over the stay of MLAs in Golden Bay Resort. Madras High Court has received a respond regarding this in which they said: “There are only 119 MLA in the resort, not 130 as claimed by o pannerselvam and all of them were staying at their will.” It can be a devastating blow to the supporters of Panneerselvam.
Panneerselvam said that the Sasikala camp had held 130 legislators as a hostage forcibly in the resort located on the outskirts of Chennai. Panneerselvam is currently the caretaker chief minister of TamilNadu, and such statement of state police in the courts can result against pannerselvam. Police also told the court that the statements of all 119 legislators are recorded, and none of has made any complaints or said that they are the hostage.
The State is facing the power issue from some time, and now the AIADMK party has split into two factions Panneerselvam and Sasikala. Both the leaders are claiming the majority to form a government.
The C Vidyasagar Rao governor of TamilNadu has invited both of them and had listened over their claims. The governor is yet to acknowledge who is eligible to form a government in TamilNadu. Meanwhile, eyes are on the Supreme Court verdict over the Sasikala’s disproportionate asset case which is expected this week.