High Drama in TN: Panneerselvam says he was forced to resign

source- TOI

Tamil Nadu chief minister O Panneerselvam on Tuesday night said he was forced to resign from the post and said a person who can keep the good name of Amma should be chosen (as CM).
Panneerselvam reached the MGR Memorial on Marina, where late chief minister J Jayalalithaa was buried, around 9pm. He sat down in front of Jayalalithaa’s burial site and started meditating. His meditative pose continued for around 40 minutes, leaving his security detail and party workers clueless. Around 9.40pm, he stood up walked around the grave. Later, he started speaking to media persons.

He said that he was humiliated and forced to resign. Adding further He said that “They (Sasikala camp) were upset over my government’s pro-active work in the aftermath of cyclone Vardah.” He also made a case that how his government has managed the Vadra, Jallikattu and Oil-Spill issue in an effective manner, lastly he said that it is up to people to decide that who will be the CM.

No Doubt that TN Politics has taken an interesting turn and we will be seeing many high-profile dramas in upcoming days.