Forests department minister of Tamil Nadu, Dindigul C Srinivasan on Monday claimed the state government officials were not co-operative and were in contact with DMK and other rival parties, reported The New Indian Express.
While speaking at the MGR centenary celebrations at Singaperumalkoil, Dindigul Srinivasan stated that the officials who were not extending their full support with the ruling party at power in the state are fueling speculation that it will not last.
The officials are apprehensive of current government will complete till its full term, reported TNIE.
He also made accused that the officials were hand in glove with DMK and other political parties.
Asked about the reconciling the differences between the two factions, Chief Minister Edapaddi Palanisamy expressed optimism that both the factions will come together “very soon”.
On the contrary, the rival faction led by O Panneerselvam retirated they will continue their challenge the state government on its failures in their civic duties.
They also announced protests in Chennai to condemn the incompetence of the state government to keep a tab on dengue.
Former minister Munusamy said that protests were being held to stress the importance of state’s failures.
He added that talks cannot happen unless both arrive at a mutual agreement
He said that condition of VK Sasikala and her family members be sacked from the party and a probe into the death of former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, were vital for further talks reported TNIE.
AIADMK leader O Panneerselvam alleged on Sunday that the current government was in a back channel alliance with the DMK. On the contrary, chief minister Edapaddi Palanisamy refuted such allegations being baseless.