DMK may drag BJP, PT to court over allegations in Anitha suicide


Asked about PT and BJP leaders blaming his party for medical aspirant’s death, Stalin told media persons after hosting opposition leaders at Anna Arivalayam that Krishnasamy and Tamilisai were attempting to divert Anitha’s death and they would initiate appropriate legal action. 

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Anitha’s suicide triggers statewide protests across TamilNadu

Anitha’s suicide

They sought immediate withdrawal of the entrance exam. The CPI (M) and its student and youth affiliates, SFI and DYFI, staged a road blockade in Chennai over the suicide of the Dalit girl. The party’s state unit secretary G Ramakrishnan and many others were detained, the police said. Similarly, VCK party workers were held when they staged a road blockade at Kilpauk here.

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Opposition to apprise President of crisis in the state | DSR Medias

DMK Working President MK Stalin

Asked about DMK’s future course of action in the backdrop of Tamil Nadu Governor not acting on the representation of dissenting AIADMK MLAs on withdrawing their support to Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, Stalin said, “Not only DMK Parliamentarians, even members of Congress, CPI, CPM and IUML have sought appointment to appeal to the President on the issue. We have received information that appointment would be granted on August 31, but the time is yet to be confirmed. 

Parliamentarians from the state would brief the President about the political crisis in Tamil Nadu. 

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Shops work normal; stir hits Delta life

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Though several political parties, including DMK, INC, CPM, CPI, extended their support to the shutdown call given by farmers associations, the response from traders was poor. However, protests staged by members of the agricultural community received a great support across the Delta region on April 3.

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CPI(M) backs demand of Muslim women

The CPI(M) on Tuesday supported the demand of Muslim women against the practice of arbitrary and instant ‘triple talaq’. It, however, saw the push towards a common civil code as counterproductive, underlining that uniformity did not necessarily mean equality.

“This specific practice is not permitted in most Islamic countries,” the party said, adding that acceptance of Muslim women’s demand would bring them relief. It added that all personal laws required reform, including those of the majority community.

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