Kalaignar and Puratchiththalaivi must respect people’s mandate. Tamil Speech by S.V.Ramani.
On May 13, 2006 Aiadmk general secretary J Jayalalithaa said she would attend the Tamil Nadu Assembly “only if the need arose”. The AIADMK leader, who won from the Andipatti constituency, said she had been “advised” against attending the House.
“A barbaric gang would lie in wait to pounce on me, just like they manhandled me in 1989,” she said, apparently referring to the DMK. “Nobody can forget how I was attacked and humiliated in the Assembly on March 25, 1989. Some of those who humiliated me that day will be back again as Ministers. My party men don’t want me to attend the House because of this barbaric gang,” she said, adding that she would attend only if necessary.
Former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha was arrested and sent to prison on Dec. 7,2006 charged with misappropriating government funds in a deal during her official tenure by Karunanidhi Government.
Former Chief Minister of Tamilnadu, Thiru M Karunanidhi was arrested at the Oliver Road residence of his second wife during the early hours of Saturday, 30.6.2001 on charges of corruption by Jayalalitha Government.
Like Jayalalitha, Karunanidhi was also not participated in the Assembly proceedings and went away duly signing the Register during Jayalalitha Government.
Is it proper for both the leaders to avoid the Assembly Proceedings for their personal grievances? If all other elected MLA’s wants to avoid the assembly session on their leaders footstep, which will safe guard the peoples welfare
Let the political leaders must forget their personal vengeance on each other and they have to come forward to respect peoples mandate and to work for them.