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The opposition AIADMK in Puducherry on Tuesday accused former chief minister V Narayanasamy of making false statements on the ground of the Assembly through the debate on the boldness vote. The authorities in Puducherry fell after the Chief Minister resigned forward of the boldness vote on Monday following a spate of resignations of get together MLAs and a DMK legislator.
Narayanasamy, who headed a Congress-led coalition dispensation within the union territory ought to have highlighted the federal government’s achievements as a substitute of criticising the Centre and the opposition, AIADMK Legislature Party wing chief A Anbalagan instructed reporters right here. He stated the Chief Minister throughout his speech had launched a ‘tirade’ in opposition to the opposition for his authorities not with the ability to carry out over the last practically 5 years.
Narayanasamyalong along with his different members of his cupboard and legislators of the Congress and DMK had staged a walkout and tendered resignation letter of his authorities to Lt Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan Monday with out going through the vote of confidence,” he said. “Narayanasamy ought to have highlighted the achievements of his authorities, if any as a substitute of criticising the Centre and the opposition events,” Anbalagan added.
The AIADMK leader said that his party was not interested in staking claim to form the government. He said Narayanasamy should have tendered his resignation as soon as two of his ministers (A Namassivayam and Malladi Krishna Rao) had resigned.
The president of local unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party V Saminathan, one of the nominated legislators, told reporters here that his party would not stake claim to form the government here. He alleged that Narayanasamy had “run away” from the House on Monday after making a speech without seeking a vote of confidence.
Saminathan said Union Home Minister Amit Shah would visit Karaikal on February 28 and address a public meeting. Meanwhile, the Left parties held a demonstration Tuesday condemning the BJP and its allies- AINRC and AIADMK- for “toppling a democratically elected authorities in Puducherry.” Leaders and workers of CPI, CPI(Marxist) and CPI(ML) participated in the demonstration..