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Coimbatore

EPS has betrayed Sasikala, says Dhinakaran

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Ousted AIADMK leader T.T.V. Dhinakaran on Friday said that Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami would go to any extent to save his chair.

Claiming that thousands of party cadres were against Palaniswami continuing as Chief Minister, Dhinakaran said he (Chief Minister) had betrayed Sasikala after taking over as Chief Minister.

“Time has come to send them home. We have decided to do it in the Assembly,” Dhinakaran said.

Dhinakaran also blamed the Government for not ordering a floor test in the Assembly.

The “ousted” leader also dismissed the rumours that MLAs supporting him would join hands with DMK to form a government.

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