Stepping up the campaign, a delegation of opposition leaders on Thursday met President Ram Nath Kovind and sought-after an instantaneous floor check within the province assembly in order that Chief Minister K. Palaniswami proves his legislative majority.Leaders from the DMK, Congress, Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and Communist Party of India (CPI) told the President that the Palaniswami government had lost majority support as nineteen MLAs owing allegiance to the Dinakaran faction within the AIADMK have told the Governor that they need withdrawn support to the Chief Minister.
Congress leader Anand Sharma, WHO was a part of the delegation, told reporters: “We met Rashtrapatiji to convey our grave considerations over the political instability and uncertainty in province as a result of the Chief Minister has lost majority.”He aforesaid the opposition leaders in province had met the Governor urging him to convene associate pressing session of the Assembly and raise the Chief Minister to prove his majority on the ground of the House.
“It is that the settled constitutional position. we’ve put together sent this to the President. we’ve sent in writing that twenty one MLAs have told the Governor regarding retreating support to the authorities,” Sharma aforesaid.After nineteen AIADMK MLAs withdrew support to the Chief Minister, 2 additional MLAs joined them.
CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury aforesaid if there was associate uncertainty of numbers in any assembly or Parliament, the sole means open “which the judiciary and Presidency of India has forever adhered to” was to check the bulk within the House.”The purpose is that any government can have to be compelled to fancy the bulk of the electoral legislators. that may be incontestable and established solely on the ground of the House. therefore our demand is straight away convene the Assembly and let the arrogance motion be place to vote,” Yechury aforesaid.DMK leader Kanimozhi reiterated the demand for a regular Governor for province. Currently, geographic area Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao is holding further charge of province.
“We are raising now and once more that province doesn’t have a regular Governor. it’s of nice concern because it is a very important state longing a crisis,” she said.
Besides Sharma, Yechury and Kanimozhi, DMK Rajya Sabha MP Tiruchi Siva and CPI leader D. Raja were conjointly a part of the delegation.