Initial reports reveal that the PMK leader would meet the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palanisami, to submit the party's demands for 20% reservation.
Earlier today, the party cadre engaged in road blockage in Perungalathur resulting in heavy traffic congestion in the GST road. The cadre also pelted stones at Ananthapuri Express near Perungalathur after police prevented them from entering Chennai on Tuesday.
The PMK founder S Ramadoss had earlier called for a protest demanding 20% separate reservation for the Vanniyar community in education and jobs in Tamil Nadu.
In a series of protests that convened today, the party cadres across the State were seen bustling towards the city in buses and Tempo travellers, early in the morning.
Incidentally, the party cadres were stopped by the police, near GST road in Perungalathur and were prevented to proceed further. This lead to commotion and squabble between the party cadres and Police officials.
Agitated party workers then engaged in road roko blocking either side of the GST road, which ensued to heavy traffic congestion. Incidents of stone-pelting with slogans raised against the Police were also reported.
Few cadres also went ahead and staged a protest in the nearby railway track and began pelting stones at the Rameswaram- Chennai (Ananthapuri Express) and the suburban train (Beach - Chengalpet) which had to be stopped apparently.