Tamil Nadu Chief Minister slams Stalin for ‘double standards’ on alliance

Vastavam web: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami Tuesday questioned M K Stalin’s “double standards” vis-a-vis alliance, remarks that came a day after Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao called on the DMK president here.

Canvassing votes for his party candidate in bypoll bound-Sulur in Coimbatore, the AIADMK veteran also slammed the DMK for seeking the State Assembly Speaker’s removal after he issued notice to three party legislators for allegedly siding with rival leader T T V Dhinakaran.

“DMK chief had announced (Congress president) Rahul Gandhi as the (Opposition’s) Prime Ministerial candidate. But now he is meeting Chandrasekhar Rao. Why this double standards,” he said.

People had written their “judgment” which will be known on May 23, when the counting of votes polled in the seven phases of Lok Sabha elections will be done, the AIADMK joint coordinator said.