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No Clarity on Sasikala’s Swearing-in Date

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Chennai: Newly appointed AIADMK Chief Sasikala at party headquarters in Chennai on Jan 4, 2016. (Photo: IANS) by .
V K Sasikala at party headquarters in Chennai (Photo: IANS)

A party spokesperson said that the date for swearing-in of AIADMK General Secretary V.K. Sasikala as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister is yet to be finalised….reports Asian Lite News

Chennai: Newly appointed AIADMK Chief Sasikala at party headquarters in Chennai on Jan 4, 2016. (Photo: IANS) by .
Newly appointed AIADMK Chief Sasikala at party headquarters in Chennai (Photo: IANS)

A Raj Bhavan official here also told IANS that Governor Ch. Vidyasagar Rao, who holds the post of Tamil Nadu Governor as additional charge, has left for Mumbai and there is no plan for him to travel to Chennai on Tuesday.

“There is no information (yet) on the swearing-in date,” AIADMK spokesperson C.R. Saraswathi told IANS amid speculation that it could be on February 9.

Meanwhile the Madras University Centenary Hall is being readied for the swearing in of Sasikala.

Rao accepted Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam’s resignation on Monday.

In a letter to Panneerselvam, copies of which were given to the media, Rao said: “I hereby accept your resignation and the resignation of your Council of Ministers tendered vide your letter dated February 5.”

“I request you and the present Council of Ministers to function until alternate arrangements are made,” he added.

Panneerselvam tendered his resignation on Sunday to enable Sasikala, who was elected the legislature party leader of AIADMK, to become the third woman Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.

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Chennai, Feb 6 (IANS) The date for swearing-in of AIADMK General Secretary V.K. Sasikala as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister is yet to be finalised, a party spokesperson said on Monday.

A Raj Bhavan official here also told IANS that Governor Ch. Vidyasagar Rao, who holds the post of Tamil Nadu Governor as additional charge, has left for Mumbai and there is no plan for him to travel to Chennai on Tuesday.

“There is no information (yet) on the swearing-in date,” AIADMK spokesperson C.R. Saraswathi told IANS amid speculation that it could be on February 9.

Meanwhile the Madras University Centenary Hall is being readied for the swearing in of Sasikala.

Rao accepted Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam’s resignation on Monday.

In a letter to Panneerselvam, copies of which were given to the media, Rao said: “I hereby accept your resignation and the resignation of your Council of Ministers tendered vide your letter dated February 5.”

“I request you and the present Council of Ministers to function until alternate arrangements are made,” he added.

Panneerselvam tendered his resignation on Sunday to enable Sasikala, who was elected the legislature party leader of AIADMK, to become the third woman Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.