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Maintain good ties with Centre: Chief Minister

Chief Minister and AIADMK (Amma) leader Edappadi K Palanisamy has advised his cabinet colleagues and district functionaries to have a good rapport with the Centre to ensure that there are no problems in running the government to its full term.

Maintain good ties with Centre: Chief Minister
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Chief Minister Edappadi K Palanisamy

Chennai

Palanisamy gave the above instructions at a meeting held at the AIADMK(A)’s Royapettah headquarters on Thursday evening. He also asked the state ministers to participate in the government function being organised to inaugurate Chennai Metro Rail Services between Koyambedu and Nehru Park, where Union Minister M Venkiah Naidu was expected to participate on Sunday. The Chief Minister also advised them to ensure that all government benefits reached the people.  Ministers Dindigul Srinivasan, P Thangamani, SP Velumani, OS Manian, CV Shanmugam, MC Sampth, V Saroja and TN special representative at New Delhi Thalavai Sundaram attended the meet.  

MAD Peravai becomes  AIADMK (Deepa) 
The fledgling MGR, Amma, Deepa (MAD) Peravai is all set to become a political party and the motive behind the decision is to retrieve the AIADMK’s ‘Two Leaves’ symbol. Announcing this, former minister and Peravai high level committee member K Pandurangan, said, “The new political outfit would be called AIADMK (Deepa). A decision to this effect was taken by a 10-member high level committee.”  Explaining the reason for the decision, Pandurangan said, “We were told by the officials that unless the Peravai was converted into a political outfit and registered under the Societies Act, the organisation cannot involve in any political activity. Our application for registration has been returned with queries. So, we proposed to convert it into a political party.”  
Sekar 

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