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18 Aug 2019, Edition - 1496, Sunday

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Coimbatore

Nagarajan calls for merger, threatens to ‘reveal truths’

Covai Post Network

Coimbatore Member of Parliament P Nagarajan, who is in the camp of sidelined AIADMK leader TTV Dinakaran today warned of ‘coming out with many truths’ if the three groups in the party did not merge.

Those who have formed different splinter groups should come together to become a single entity as during the time of J Jayalalithaa’s chief ministership. “Or else I will have to reveal several truths,” he said, adding that they would be unpleasant to many.

He told mediapersons that he was receiving threat calls after he sided with Dinakaran. He said he had come after learning that his car, in which his son was travelling, was involved in an accident at Peelamedu. “I do not know whether it is an accident or if I am the target,” he said.

It was high time all the three factions set aside their personal differences and came together and sorted out the issues, he added.

The ministers and legislators had come to power only because of VK Sasikala who was now being sidelined.

Those demanding the release of Jayalalaithaa’s photographs when she was under treatment in the hospital should know that Sasikala did not want to release such pictures as that would have denigrated the status of the former Chief Minister, he added.

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