Two days ago, Dhanavelu, elected from Bahour constituency, along with his partymen, picketed the Bahour Primary Health Centre, alleging that there are no medicines and ambulance drivers in the PHC.
On the occasion, he demanded the resignation of the Chief Minister, stating that he lost the governing capacity.
Narayanasamy, at a press conference here on Friday, had announced that the party high command had been apprised of the actions of the Congress MLA and it would initiate action against him.
Meanwhile, talking to mediapersons here, Dhanavelu said that a ‘worst’ government is here and he had prepared a list of corruption charges which would be handed over to the party high command.
He said he would continue the agitation against the government with the support of the people from his constituency.